Energy initiatives stories
Fortinet joins the United Nations Global Compact initiative
Fortinet has joined the UNGC initiative, a voluntary platform for developing, implementing, and disclosing responsible business practices.
Is energy storage the secret weapon for low carbon data centres?
Data centres embrace BESS tech to future-proof energy needs and boost sustainability.
BAI aims to reach net-zero by 2040 with new program
BAI Communications Australia has announced a target of reaching net-zero emissions by 2040 as part of its Towards Carbon Neutral (TCN) program.
Data centres are beginning to support the electric grid and help boost global renewable energy
Data centers will use uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) to support the electric grid and renewable energy, says Omdia.
A cloud-powered transformation of the utilities industry
The adoption of cloud technologies will significantly impact how the utilities industry approaches asset management, field workforce management and more.
Enhancing operational efficiency to drive preventative maintenance
Asset visibility is key to operational efficiency and preventive maintenance, allowing Asian organizations to identify root causes and reduce downtime.
Honeywell launches ML solution to reduce buildings' energy consumption
Machine learning autonomously adjusts building energy settings to deliver up to 10% energy savings, says Honeywell.
Hitachi Sunway releases data centre ‘wishlist’ for Malaysia
The company's CEO is confident in Malaysia's future, but asserts changes must to be made to stimulate growth in the data centre industry.
emhLabs takes out top spot in Lightning Labs Electric Innovation Challenge
The winner from The Lightning Lab’s Electric Innovation Challenge has been announced - and emhLabs took out the top spot.
Chinese data centers use enough electricity for two countries
While companies around the world work hard to green up their data centers, a recent report has brought Chinese data centers into question.
Going green Sustainable business is good business
What would you say if it was proved that green technology could cut your energy costs by 20% or more?.