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NREN. Green IT Amsterdam 5 March 2012 Jan Willem Tellegen. ICT & Sustainability in NL. More focus on Sustainability (raise 52% compared to 2010) Green IT is important focus point for 500+ companies About 80% use Green IT for cost reduction

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NREN

Green IT Amsterdam

5 March 2012

Jan Willem Tellegen


Ict sustainability in nl
ICT & Sustainability in NL

  • More focus on Sustainability (raise 52% compared to 2010)

  • Green IT is important focus point for 500+ companies

  • About 80% use Green IT for cost reduction

  • Service sector leading in tele-working (Het Nieuwe Werken)

  • Public Sector needs to catch up in Green-IT with the rest



The power loss chain
The Power Loss Chain

Heat Exhausted

35

%

65

%

Fossil Fuel

Electricity Generated

Transmission Losses

95

%

2

.

5

2

.

5

Data Centre

Transformer Losses

%

%

Data Centre

Cooling Losses

40

%

25

%

35

%

Equipment

Power Infrastructure

IT Equipment

Network Equipment

65

%

20

%

15

%

Servers

Storage Equipment

Servers

Power Supply

30

%

45

%

25

%

CPU

Other Components

CPU

Idle Time Power

20

%

80

%

CPU Utilisation

CPU Load Power

Software utilization is Key

Source: British Computer Society

CPU energy yield: 0.5% of fossil fuel used!


Amsterdam to cut co2 emissions by 40 by 2025
Amsterdam to Cut CO2 Emissions by 40% by 2025


Green it amsterdam region
Green IT Amsterdam Region

Network organisation, about 50 participants in 2012

Public-private cooperation

Founded June 2010

to contribute substantially to the 40% CO2 reduction goal in 2025

develop and implement the ICT energy transition

Active Power - EMC - M+W Group - APC - Equinix/IX-Europe – Parthenon Data Centres - ASP4all - EvoSwitch - Raritan - Atos - City of Amsterdam - Royal Haskoning - BIA - Hogeschool van Amsterdam - SIG - Bricks & Bits / TreFoil - HP - TEDD Search - Capgemini - IBM - Telecity Group - Cisco Systems - ICTroom - Terremark - Colt - Imtech - The Datacenter Group - De Stroomplantage - InterXion - The Network Institute - DELL - KPN - TNO - ECN - Mansystems - Universiteit van Amsterdam - Ecofys - MDES - Vancis - EnergyGO - Microsoft


Objectives
Objectives

  • Greening of IT

    • radical energy savings in the ICT sector itself

  • Greening by IT

    • Innovative use of ICT to reduce CO2 emissions in many sectors

  • Green IT economy

    • Creating new business opportunities for a

    • ''Green Collar Economy''

      • .


How we organise cooperation
How we organise cooperation

  • Public-private network for

    • Awareness, Expertise, Business

    • Precompetitive cooperation

    • Small secretariat coordinating

    • Partners do the work


Competitive regions
Competitive Regions

ICT infrastructure and dataprocessing are backbone of service economy

Growth strategies of regions in the knowlegde and information economy

Public and private services, 60% of activities is ICT related

Business cases of economic development depend on excellency of ICT infrastructure

Desired growth of ICT use vs current growth energy consumption not sustainable

Growth rate datacentre capacity approx 30% annually

Energy consumption ICT 10% of all electricity, and growing

Security of delivery?

Energy transition is essential for regional competitiveness

Radical reduction of energy consumption

Renewable energy, carbon reduction

Closing the energy loss chain

Energy transition driven by

Market for data processing

Business cases energy efficiency and sustainable growth

Government regulation

Competitive regions of the future are Green IT regions



Projects
Projects

Smart Grid Energy Data: open Innovation for new energy services: “Open Energy Data”

Secure Utility Data Network

Green Deal: framework for transition “older” data centres

Urban planning and green infrastructures for data centre development

Service innovation for energy efficiency

Infrastructure-as-a-service: green sector clouds

Green leverage services for key economic clusters

Green Metropole: sustainability network for the region

Knowledge network green software

SEF: Testlab for energy consumption of software

Integrate research, education and SME´s


Green deal
“Green Deal”

Framework for transition “older” data centres

Multi Annual Agreements: 2% saving yearly 2005-2020

Develop regulation

Mandatory energy efficiency plans

Clear targets (now PUE based)

Level playing field for a strong DC sector

Involve “older” data centres through presentation of green practises

Develop “expertise window”

Connect to measuring and labeling initiatives

Transparent market for energy efficiency services

Develop national model for data centre transition


The network
The network

Some main themes

  • Network energy efficiency (cf Green Touch)

  • Virtual datacentres

  • Green Community Clouds

    • Education and research

    • Public services

  • Emerging Dataprocessing concepts

    • Bits to energy, energy to bits?

    • Where heat is needed

  • Other?

    Points for discussion

  • Further development of network based Green ICT architectures

  • Research networks are forerunners? Take the lead?

  • Role of NREN?


International cooperation
International cooperation

Green IT development and implementation is an international

challenge for both the public and private sectors

Thank you for your attention!


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