Organised by
Co-Host

UN SDG

Data Center Summit > Denmark

Building and operating carbon-free data centers with  

responsibility, transparency and accountability

18-19 May 2021 
Virtual 
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About the event

The road towards carbon-free
data centers
18-19 May 2021
Virtual 

The United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) represent a call for action by all countries to preserve the climate of the planet.  With the data center industry on the trajectory to consume 1/5 of our planet’s power in 2025, taking up to 3,5% of global CO2 emissions, immediate action is required to redirect the data center industry towards a climate-positive future.

Danish Data Center Industry, in collaboration with UNEP-DTU Partnership, is hosting a virtual version of the annual conference Data Centers Denmark in 2021, which will focus on data center sustainability.

The virtual event will feature live-streamed sessions over the course of two days, focusing on the latest market developments, energy efficiency, renewable power, policy frameworks and the impact of COVID-19 on the industry's  green agenda. 

Attendees are also invited to access the networking platform, where they can network with and set up 1-1 meetings with other attendees.  

 

Speakers

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Joe Kava

Vice President, Global

Data Centers

 

GOOGLE

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Rob Elder

Vice President,

Data Centers

BULK INFRASTRUCTURE A/S

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Olivier Corradi

CEO

TOMORROW

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Kevin Brown

SVP, Innovation, CTO, IT

Power Division

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

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Douglas Mouton

Vice President, Global Datacenter Construction

MICROSOFT

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Peder Bank

Managing Director, 

Nordics

INTERXION

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Susanne Pedersen

Head,

 

UNEP-DTU PARTNERSHIP

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Susanna Kass

Energy Fellow 

STANFORD UNIVERSITY