Groups

  • CCA User Group

    CCA User Group

    Ad-Hoc working group for all those interested in the development of EUETS for Data Centres

  • Data Centre Professionalism Steering Group

    Data Centre Professionalism Steering Group

    This Group works on a project with the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) to make the process of applying for professional registration within the sector less intimidating without reducing rigour or compromising standards.

  • Data Centres Technical Committee

    Data Centres Technical Committee

    This is a high level group providing expert technical input to policy positions and other publications.

  • Data Centres

    Data Centres

    Our Data Centres Group brings together the tech industry and the UK's data centre operators to articulate a cohesive pan-industry voice.

  • Data Centres Council

    Data Centres Council

    Our Data Centres Council meets quarterly to steer techUKs data centres programme and provide a senior level voice for the sector to government, media and wider stakeholders

  • EUETS Sub-Group

    EUETS Sub-Group

    Ad-Hoc working group for all those interested in the development of EUETS for Data Centres

  • Generator Issues

    Generator Issues

    This group deals with all the generator related issues that data centre operators have to deal with

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