Sustainability is the ability to exist constantly which refers generally to the capacity for the biosphere and human civilization coexistence. Sustainability or Sustainable development is defined as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. A sustainable data center is not just good for the planet but also businesses receive benefits from it as well. A company that is environmentally responsible runs more efficiently. A lower use of resources such as water and electricity results in direct cost savings for capital expenditures and operations. Often times, there are also tax incentives for green initiatives.
Sustainable Data Center Practices are power usage effectiveness, which has been a focus metric in the industry, acquiring certifications such as LEED or ENERGY STAR as a starting point to help them implement green practices at their facilities. Dodid follows the practices required to attain the sustainable status with each stages and levels.
Committing to sustainable practices and determining the long-term objectives, striving to eliminate reliability on fossil fuels and supporting the local utilities’ efforts to switch to renewable energy, choosing colocation facilities in the region, taking advantage of new cooling technology and utilizing air-side or water-side free cooling when available. Dodid is committed to operating efficiently and seeking innovative ways to reduce our environmental footprint. Sustainability is one of our key objectives when meeting the needs of our customers.