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The goal of this project is to introduce collaboration between the electric utility and data centres in order to allow demand response services by the data centres which could avoid consumption peaks (thus decreasing stress on the grid) and better integrate non-manageable renewable energy sources.
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The CLEER (Cloud Energy and Emissions Research) Model is a comprehensive user friendly open-access model for assessing the net energy and emissions implications of cloud services in different regions and at different levels of market adoption. The model aims to provide full transparency on calculations and input value assumptions so that its results can be replicated and its data and methods can be easily refined and improved by the research community.
The main goal of CoolEmAll is to provide advanced planning and optimisation tools for modular data centre environments. Once developed, these tools should help to minimise the energy consumption, and consequently the CO2 emissions of the IT infrastructure with related facilities.
This guide accompanies an Excel tool which is designed to help Further and Higher Education (FHE) Institutions estimate the costs and carbon emissions of thin versus thick client PCs over a given evaluation period.
The Green Grid has developed the Data Center Maturity Model (DCMM) and supporting white paper to outline capability descriptors by area such that users can benchmark their current performance, determine their levels of maturity, and identify the ongoing steps and innovations necessary to achieve greater energy efficiency and su
DC4Cities is an initiative supported by the FP7 Program from the European Commission. The goal is to work as an incentive for existing and new data centres to implement energy policies capable of:
DOLFIN is an initiative supported by the FP7 Program from the European Commission. The main goals of the project are to improve energy efficiency in data centres by optimizing Virtual Machine distribution in servers, and to stabilize the grid using demand response techniques or even providing energy to the grid from local sources or storage.
The ICT industry standard solution for improving the environmental and social practices within the supply chain. The community is supported by an operational working group and an executive council which drive adoption of the initiative, recommend improvements to the tool and advise on best practices.