The evolving role of consulting engineering firms in sustainable data center lifecycles

January 4, 2023 Matthew Baynes

This blog post is written in collaboration with PPA (PhillipsPage Associates) Consulting Engineers. Schneider Electric and PPA have worked closely on sustainable data center design and operation for several years, partnering to meet client needs in an area of rising demand. Most hyperscale and colocation data...

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