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A new trinity for measuring data centre sustainability

Vivek Dahiya • 9/12/2022

The Asia Pacific data centre market is one of the fastest developing regions and is on track to become the world’s largest over the next decade. Explosive growth in data centre demand across the region, however, has deepened the sector’s environmental impact.

Leaders in the data centre industry have responded by becoming powerful voices for sustainable change and as per a recent webinar on Data Centres in Australia Driving the Sustainability Agenda, they are interested more in collaborating than competing and agree that newer standards and gauges can unlock the next green wave of impact and value.

Data centres have traditionally relied on Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) as the sustainability metric of choice. While substantial improvements in PUE standards have been made over the years, measuring PUE alone fails to capture the full environmental impact of data centres.

In this report, we explore how PUE, in combination with Water Usage Efficiency (WUE) and Carbon Usage Effectiveness (CUE) can form a more holistic measure of sustainability performance.

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Vivek Dahiya
Vivek Dahiya

Managing Director & Head - Data Centre Advisory Team, Asia Pacific
Gurgaon, India


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Alton Wong

Executive Director, Head of Advisory Services, Valuation & Advisory Services, Greater China, Co-Head of Sustainability Services Platform, Greater China
Hong Kong, Greater China


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Dominic Brown

Head of International Research, Global Think Tank
Brisbane, Australia


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Gehan Palipana
Gehan Palipana

Head of Sustainability & ESG, Australia & New Zealand
Brisbane, Australia


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Todd Olson
Todd Olson

Managing Director, Japan & Korea
Chiyoda-ku, Japan


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Sydney, Australia


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