How Green Is Your Data Centre?

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Phil Bindley CIO of Bluechip

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Energy utilisation is a global problem not only from an environmental perspective but also from a financial one. An organisation that can utilise Green Technologies not only improves their environmental polices but also reduces bottom line costs. Reducing carbon emissions and energy usage for a Data Centre is quite often not financially or operationally achievable. Bluechip set out to address this problem with their purpose built Data Centre in Bedford. The target PUE of 1:1 is achieved through unique energy efficient cooling systems and specialised design. Working with the Carbon Trust we have also found a way to make the Data Centre Carbon Neutral. This has benefitted customers through the ability to control costs, contracts for fixed pricing are available for 3 or 5 years. Improving their Green credentials whilst maintaining their data and equipment within the UK.

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