We design highly efficient data centers that make the most of every inch and every watt. Our PUE of 1.04 sets us apart from the higher-tier data centers that require redundancies and cooling systems that minimize their efficiency. Learn why our PUE is 52% lower than the industry average* in our Energy Management page.
Reducing GHG emissions across our operations remains one of our top priorities. We support the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), and we are in the process of building our GHG baseline to align our climate program with SBTi methodology. We will also honor our commitment to transparency by disclosing our GHG emissions data annually.
Energy transition is a process that requires an all hands on deck approach, which is why we partner with power generators that share our vision of cleaning up the energy mix on the grid. By seeking out locations that align with that criterion, we increase the demand for these carbon neutral energy sources and help promote growth in clean energy development. Our infrastructure and workloads are ideal for behind the meter projects, working toward a cleaner grid.
Recognizing that it will be difficult to reduce some of our emissions by 2040, we will support projects that remove carbon tons equivalent to the emissions we are not able to mitigate by then. Carbon removal projects that we intend to activate include preserving various ecosystems and renewable energy programs that improve energy generation for existing infrastructure.
We embrace our customers’ growing demand for carbon-neutral hosting as they seek to advance their own sustainability goals. Customers can meet their commitments and compensate for their emissions through activities that fund renewable energy credits. To learn more about what we are doing to provide carbon-neutral hosting, read about it on the Innovation page.
Allies in Action
When it comes to implementing our climate strategy, we believe partnerships unlock potential. Compute North is proud to promote best practices, support education, and engage in efforts to develop industry standards. Data center operators and key stakeholders must come together to identify strategies for energy management, renewable energy procurement, reaching sustainability targets, and realizing the industry’s potential for impact. Collaboration is fundamental to realizing compounding results from across the sector and ensuring the sum is greater than the parts.
We are an active member of: