Climate Protection with Energy-Efficient IT
The environmental impact of IT hardware and operations can be reduced by lowering greenhouse gas emissions and resource consumption. Stricter environmental legislation, higher customer expectations and increasing cost pressure are the main drivers for these efforts. With the Climate Neutral DC Pact, operators and trade associations have agreed to achieve climate neutrality by 2030. Customers demand carbon footprint reports from IT service providers. In view of rising electricity costs, energy-efficient IT also helps to significantly reduce operating costs.
We help our clients to capture and improve the carbon footprint and costs over the entire IT lifecycle from strategy development to implementation. Typical initial actions include switching to renewable energy, optimising hardware usage and revising purchasing policies.
Energy-efficient new or optimised data centres are an important starting point for sustainable IT.