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Electricity 4.0


Electricity is the most efficient energy and best vector for decarbonization.


Digitalization makes the invisible visible, enabling efficiency and the elimination of waste.

Priority Sector Decarbonization

Reduce building energy consumption and emissions through efficient electrification, active energy management, and software.

Inflection Point: Energy and Climate Crises 

Strategize and mitigate the high energy prices throughout the energy and climate crises today.

Can 2022 accelerate positive change in the energy and climate arena?

The events of 2022 brought untold pain for millions around the world. But they also generated an opportunity we cannot afford to miss: to tackle the energy and the climate crises, hand-in-hand.

The AI disruption: Challenges and guidance for data center design

Data processing power is rising to enable AI. The paper explains AI workload attributes, trends and challenges. It offers guidance for physical infrastructure: power, cooling, racks, software management.

Maintaining energy security and resilience with less emissions

How can energy resilience be prioritized while reducing carbon emissions? What other difficult decisions must government agencies and large companies make to ensure a just energy transition? And what are the biggest hurdles standing in the way of decarbonization and digitalization?

Energy efficiency: Time to act 

Climate change and the energy crisis are reaching critical levels. It is crucial to consider both the energy supply and demand to accelerate the journey to net-zero.

Less is more: Time to wake up to the power of energy efficiency

We have all the ingredients. What we don’t have is time: we simply can’t let another two decades, or even just two years, go by before we deploy the power of electrification and digital energy-efficiency technologies to the fullest.

Europe’s energy crisis is slowly killing European industries

Continued short-termism in addressing Europe’s energy crisis by many government and business leaders is threatening livelihoods and lives.

Three steps to calculate total enterprise IT energy consumption using DCIM

Measuring, reporting, and managing a company’s sustainability performance is starting to drive employee retention, corporate reputation, and contribute to business success.

Cybersecurity guidance for data center infrastructure systems

Mitigating cyber security risks requires action from vendors and those involved in data center design, installation, operation, and maintenance. This paper covers vendor expectations, presenting best practices for each lifecycle phase.

Using AI to optimize HVAC systems in buildings

AI can potentially improve building efficiency, sustainability, and health. Here’s a solution that reduced heating energy 4%, electricity use 15%, CO2e emissions 205 tonnes, occupant complaints 23%.

Electricity 4.0: Our fastest route to net-zero (infographic)

We are the first generation to truly know about climate change and be able to combat it. The good news is that current technologies already exist to deliver the net zero challenge that we all face.