The technological innovations in data center technology coupled with new developments in design are enabling data centers to cut down on emissions and decrease power consumption by almost 80%. These are significant figures which are convincing firms across Europe to invest in the relatively expensive greener technologies and infrastructure to reap considerably higher rewards in the future.
Western and Northern European countries are ahead of the rest of Europe in terms of sustainability and sustainable energy management, particularly Russia and Eastern Europe which have traditionally been slow adopters of sustainability and efficiency practices. Iceland particularly is becoming a hot hub for data centers due to the 15-year visibility into energy pricing being provided by the National Power Company. A geologically and physically secure location with natural outside cooling is one of the key factors in its effective energy management.
Sweden is an upcoming area of interest with its ?Node Pole’ data center right next to the North Pole. Free Cooling and hydroelectric power for both efficiency and green credentials make it a lucrative prospect for green data centers. No earthquakes or volcanoes in the region are also an important factor in its favor.
The Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) pilot, led by the European Commission is set to provide a number of tangible benefits of the Product Environmental Footprint for the data center industry today, but the majority of the potential will be realised in later years. This is set to drive companies to incorporate processes and procedures that minimise their environmental footprint, while not compromising the importance of bringing products to the market which meet evolving technology trends.
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