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About Danish Data Center Industry 

The Danish Data Center Industry (DDI) is a national industry body representing the Danish data center ecosystem and was born out of the want to make it easier for operators to do business with Denmark. To date, both the private and the public sector in Denmark have very well received DDI with an evergrowing member community.

DDI creates an environment of open dialogue for all, where members connect, exchange and form partnerships with companies that have a business focus on Denmark.

 

For more information about the association and how to become a member, please visit www.datacenterindustrien.dk

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Event Schedule

13 May 2020

08.00

Registration open and morning coffee

PLENARY SESSIONS

09.00

Welcome address by the Danish Data Center Industry - Data centers as teh solution to the climate challenge

09.10

Plenary keynote: Announcements from the co-host

09.20

Plenary keynote: "Think Globally, Act Locally": Revisiting data center resiliency in the face of climate change​ 

 

09.40

Plenary panel: Building the world's most sustainable cloud - What does it take to create the climate-positive data center? 

This session is bringing together the world's most ambitious clean tech leaders. Reflecting on UN's SDG goals, we ask clean tech leaders how ambitious they are in the fight against climate change. Who is pushing the envelope, what more can the industry do and what should we stop doing for the industry to have a carbon-neutral future? 

10.40

Coffee break and networking

BREAKOUT ROOM 1

BREAKOUT ROOM 2

11.00

Panel: Energi 101 - Dealing with utilities, corporate PPAs and scaling of renewable energy sources

 

Panel: From gaming, streaming to manufacturing - End-user demands vs. energy consumption: How do we offset the growth? 

 

11.40

Project Brownfield - Retrofit or rebuild for optimal sustainability? 

Keynote: Energy-efficient data centres? How recovered waste heat could be sold to district heating networks

12.10

Key note: How reuse and circular economy are delivering substantial cost savings for cloud and enterprise data centres

Case study: How Danfoss together with HPE made their digital transformation journey sustainable

12.40

Panel: Building smart cities with ultra-efficient and secure data centers

Keynote: Technology raders for energy efficient data centres. A brief overview of the most promising technologies and what it takes to go en masse

13.10

Lunch break and networking

09.40

Fire side chat: When tech meets sustainable energy

14.30

Panel: Political frameworks - how can (EU) policy and regulations improve data center energy efficiency? Should they?

Panel: Data Center Construction - Energy drains and gains and how can we finally close the gap between IT and facilities? 

15.20

Keynote: Emerging global standards - developing new metrics for data center energy productivity 

Keynote: Building the talent for tomorrow's economy - Why a public-private sector approach is essential to grow the future data centre workforce

15.50

Panel: Sustainable business model, responsible investment and alternative financing for data centers

Panel: Embedding sustainability in cutting-edge server technologies

16.20

Keynote: Transforming data centres with energy efficiency in the rising Asia

Keynote: Toward speed and sustainability - How small and medium sized data centres could be engaged in sustainable energy transition?

16.50

Closing Plenary: The 2030 data center - how do we rethink the data center in the SDG era? 

17.30

Networking reception

18.00

End of conference