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The future of the United States climate policy is digital

Learn how the US can use digital solutions to promote economic opportunities while combating climate change.

The future of the United States climate policy is digital

As more and more companies are leveraging digital tools and platforms to reduce climate impacts, improve energy and water efficiency and resiliency, and promote further innovation across our nation’s critical infrastructure, there needs to be a concerted voice coordinating these efforts and advocating for the increased use of digital technologies as solutions to addressing the climate crisis.

The Digital Climate Alliance is a coalition of companies developing and utilizing digital technologies to reduce their environmental impacts for themselves and for their customers. The Digital Climate Alliance’s goal is to promote digital tools and platforms to enable 21st-century solutions, solving climate, water, and energy challenges that impact economic development, business growth, social well-being, and ecosystem health.

Download this new report, to explore recommendations for the United States government to enable digital solutions that promote economic opportunities, advance innovation, and accelerate decarbonization.

This first-of-its-kind coalition of leading global companies' purpose is to inform public policy regarding the role digitalization can play as an enabler of climate solutions. Companies in the Digital Climate Alliance contributing to the recommendations in this report include Autodesk, Enel, Intel, Johnson Controls, Nautilus Data Technologies, Schneider Electric, Trane Technologies, Xpansiv, and Water Foundry.

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?

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.

How modern DCIM addresses CIO management challenges

The criticality of IT in every aspect of business has driven CIOs from just filling the tactical role of deploying, operating, and maintaining IT to also focusing on business strategy.

Cybersecurity Guidance for Data Center Power and Cooling 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.

Best Practices to Deploy Sustainable and Resilient Data Centers at Scale at the Network Edge

Demand for low latency points to a converged IT & telco architecture and data center requirements

How we reach zero-carbon energy independence

How organizations of all kinds can follow the science-based pathway to reach zero-carbon energy independence.