techUK's cloud infrastructure and data centres programme brings together tech suppliers and the UK's data centre operators to provide a strong cohesive industry voice. Find below a collection of useful documents, reports and brochures from our programme.
This report on Climate Change Agreement for Data Centres is not intended to be comprehensive, definitive or formal.
The three most critical environmental challenges facing society today are climate change, resource degradation and pollution. At the heart of all three is energy efficiency and this is the area where the technology sector can make the most positive contribution.
This popular report focusses on how our technologies can help the public sector.
Nobody seems to understand what data centres actually do. This report cuts through the jargon.
Our paper reveals how data centres enable and power service economies in the way that heavy industry used to power manufacturing economies.
In a typical day we'll use data centres dozens, if not hundreds of times. Here's how...
Given that nobody really understands data centres, a whole mythology has built up around them. This paper explores and debunks some common perceptions.
Data centres are not just fancy sheds full of computing equipment. Each element of financing, planning, design and construction needs specialist skills, and that is even before it is operational.
We have identified five areas within the climate change policy landscape that are unduly burdensome for our businesses.
Roadmap for Data Centre Operators - understanding compliance obligations for combustion plant emissions.
What are they, why do they matter and what are we doing about them?
The summary of the impacts on energy policy by CBRE.
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