The draft of a new climate protection law submitted at the end of 2022 by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Energy Efficiency Act (EnEfG) to increase energy efficiency and improve climate protection in immission control law could help operators of Data centres face major challenges pose. The draft submitted includes, among other things, regulations on the energy efficiency of data centres as well as new obligations with regard to cooling, waste heat utilisation and energy efficiency.
Even though this is only a draft so far, which has been criticised by many parties, companies will in future be faced with the challenge of acting swiftly and consistently to reduce the energy consumption of their digital infrastructure and to reduce resource requirements.
Planning new, energy-efficient data centres requires sound know-how and expertise. In our 2-day seminar, you will learn about energy basics, we will present key figures that you can use to evaluate the energy efficiency of your data centre and we will present practicable and pragmatic solutions for optimising the energy efficiency of your data centre.
The training is aimed in particular at
Date: 25 & 26 April 2023
Cloud&Heat Technologies data centre
at the Eurotheum
New Mainzer Street 66-68
60311 Frankfurt am Main
If you have any questions about our training, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Contact person: Ms Maria Vaquero
The Future of compute: Green, open, efficient - this is the motto of Cloud&Heat Technologies, a Dresden-based cloud service and technology provider. With its vision of holistic, open and sustainable solutions, the company develops and operates scalable digital infrastructures. It specifically relies on open source software here, including on the basis of OpenStack, the open source standard for cloud platforms, in order to bring more transparency to the cloud and data centre market. In addition, the Dresden-based company is striving to resolve the conflict between the rapidly growing demand for computing power, e.g. in the areas of deep and machine learning, and sustainability with the help of innovative technologies (use of water-cooled servers and reuse of server waste heat), thereby improving the climate balance across all sectors. The development and use of an innovative, energy-efficient server cooling system makes it possible to re-use the waste heat from data centres to heat buildings or to connect them to local and district heating networks.
You would like to register for our training in Frankfurt am Main? To do so, please click on "Binding registration" below and fill in the necessary information in the e-mail to us. If you have any questions about the training we offer, please contact Ms Maria Vaquero (email@example.com).