Data center decarbonization

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There are many ways to decarbonize data centers for better sustainability. Tune in to listen the Vaisala data center webinar, where Vaisala's Anu Kätkä and seasoned data center decarbonization & heat reuse expert David G. go through various alternatives on how to reduce carbon footprint of the data centers profitably.

How to decarbonize data center profitably?

Data center design, hardware selection and circular decarbonized economy are few of the factors influencing data center carbon footprint and efficiency affecting also to the cost structure of the system.

Tune in to listen 30-minute Vaisala webinar, where you will learn how to reduce carbon footprint of the data centers by

  • Heat reuse and circular decarbonized economy
  • Improving energy efficiency with precise sensors
  • Utilizing weather forecasts to reduce carbon emissions

This webinar is essential for data center designers, owners, engineers and facility managers, HVAC designers and engineers, and every other person interested in achieving better industrial sustainability related to heating and cooling actions.

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Anu Kätkä


The webinar is hosted by Anu Kätkä, who represents Global Product Management at Vaisala Industrial Measurements. She has extensive experience in building automation and management systems as well as metering and monitoring solutions. 

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David G


Guest speaker in this webinar is David Gyulnazaryan, data center decarbonisation and heat reuse consultant with many years of experience in district heating, HVAC and data center cooling. He has worked for global heat transfer companies during the last 18 years and has a comprehensive approach for data center design.

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