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Developing an open technology blueprint for the COP26
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9 Mar 2021

Developing an open technology blueprint for the COP26

Mark de Hoop
Mark de Hoop

SDIA & OpenUK has formed an international consortium to develop an open source blueprint for the carbon negative data centre. At the time of writing, the consortium includes ITRenew (US), the Open Compute Project (US), the Octopus Energy Centre for Net Zero (UK), the Scotland 5G Centre (UK), the Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance (DE) and ORCA Computing (UK).

The blueprint will enable a circular economy, based on the principles of designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems in the process.

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