Climate Change Agreement for Data Centres - First Findings Report
Data centres enable and power service economies in the way that heavy industry used to power manufacturing economies. This report reflects the progress and sets out the preliminary findings from the early adopters of the Climate Change Agreement for Data Centres. MORE
techUK Data Centre Programme Overview
Collective expertise and a strong authoritative voice has made techUK the go-to organisation on data centres. This is how we represent the sector. MORE
Climate Change Newsletter
The environment, energy and climate change are areas of high interest for many people. This monthly newsletter keeps you informed and up-to-date with the latest information from techUK. SIGN UP!
Data Centre Publications
What is a data centre? What have data centres ever done for us? How do data centres impact our lives? Find out with these techUK publications. MORE
Data Centres Are Vital Part of the UK's Infrastructure and Critical to Our Economy and Competitiveness.
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 and represent the sector's interests to all stakeholders.
techUK's data centres programme brings together tech suppliers and the UK's data centre operators to provide a strong cohesive industry voice.
Climate change agreements (CCAs) are negotiated arrangements between government and energy intensive sectors.
The groups that manage activity for the cloud infrastructure and data centres programme.
Our regular programme of activity – including conferences, seminars, and roundtable discussions.
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Whether you are part of the tech industry or the wider cloud and data centre eco-system, there are many benefits of involvement in our programme.
A collection of helpful reports, infographics and documents from the infrastructure and data centre team.
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