Energy requirements within the data centre sector are already far beyond that of most other industries and it is only increasing. It is expected that demand for data centre services will continue to increase, and their energy consumption already stands at around 1% of global energy usage, with 200-250TWh used in 2020.1
Businesses are passing critical information and tools through their data centres every day and need assurance that they can access this whenever and wherever they need. The challenge is how best to manage this energy requirement whilst still ensuring operational resilience, reducing carbon emissions and keeping costs under control.
1 ‘Data Centres and Data Transmission Networks Tracking Report’, International Energy Agency, 2021. https://www.iea.org/reports/data-centres-and-data-transmission-networks
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