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Registration, breakfast coffee, exhibition, networking & 1-1 meetings
Achieving climate neutrality by 2050: European Commission’s path towards climate-neutral data centers
Staying ahead of the curve: Tracking global data center energy demand
From data centers to AI factories: Building sustainable infrastructures to support future growth
How can data centers support the electric grid in a boost to global renewable energy and sustainability initiatives?
Rethinking the data center and designing towards circularity
Coffee break, exhibition, networking & 1-1 meetings
Towards net zero: Mapping out Scope 3 emissions from data center operations
How AI and automation make data center operations greener and more sustainable
The big cooling shift: mapping the road towards water-cooled AI
Heat reuse: Lessons learnt from the world’s biggest data center heat reuse case
Energy resiliency and the future of power supply in Denmark
Lunch break, exhibition, networking & 1-1 meetings
Tech Talk: The sustainable data center of the future
Kurt Vahlun Sørensen, Managing Director, Coromatic A/S
Tech Talk: “EC+” world’s` most energy efficient cooling solution for data centers
Speakers: Daniel Wiesenfeller, Global Key Accounts, Danfoss & John Jørgensen, Director, Global Sales, Novenco Building & Industry
Keynote: Future of data center energy demand- trends and challenges in global data center energy use and why efficiency gains are not enough
Eric Masanet, Head, Industrial Sustainability Analysis Lab, Institute for Sustainability & Energy, UC Santa Barbara
Plenary panel: The big “power” debate; keeping up with next generation IT infrastructure
What is the future energy consumption look like?
What impact will cloud, 5g and the “Internet of Sense” (virtual reality) have on energy demand in the next 5 years given the absorption during the pandemic?
How can we ensure sustainability and energy efficiency of the electrification of our society? what does it mean for sustainability and renewable energy sourcing?
Renewable energy and the decarbonising of the grid vs. fossil fuel drivers?
Standardised metrics on emissions?
Moderator: Tomas Rahkonen, Research Director, Uptime Institute
George Kamiya, Digital/Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency
Jesper Koch, Analysechef, Danish District Heating
Peder Bank, Managing Director, Nordics, Interxion, A Digital Realty Company
Luke Davies, Head of Strategy, GlobalConnect A/S
Keynote: Green IT procurement in the public sector and the demands on data centers
Frederik Nøhr Brünner, Special Consultant, Danish Agency for Digitisation
Plenary panel: How is speed-to-market transforming sustainable data center design and construction globally?
Moderator: Thomas Volder, Chairman, Danish Data Center Industry
Amy Daniell, Senior Director - Hyperscale Design & Build, NTT Global Data Centers
Brian Conroy, Group Technical Director, Moy
Stephen Griffin, Director, Arup
Rasmus Brandt, Associate Project Director, Data Centers & Industry, COWI
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