The Government and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) are now proposing a number of schemes that incentivise industry to reduce energy use and carbon emissions.
As we’re all too aware in this industry, energy consumption continues to grow in line with the demand for more and more computing power. The EU Code of Conduct was established so as to help mitigate the effect of this increase in energy consumption with regard to its environmental, economic and...
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From the 1st of July, colocation data centre providers with an electricity supply of at least 200kW have been able to take advantage of the Climate Change Agreement (CCA) that has been negotiated on their behalf by TechUK. CCAs allow companies to obtain tax reductions or exclusions from carbon...
As of 1st July, 2014, the UK’s Climate Change Agreement (CCA) came into effect with increased importance placed on the use of a DCIM (Data Centre Infrastructure Management) solution to achieve effective monitoring of energy use and drive continual improvements in energy efficiency.
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Stephen Bowes-Phipps shares his opinion on the need for DCIM in this guest blog
Government incentives and unexpected repercussions (Part III)
DCIM (Data Centre Infrastructure Management) solutions come in a variety of shapes and sizes but all have a common aim – to provide data center managers the ability to improve the efficiency, both in cost and operational terms, of their data center.