HVAC systems, decarbonisation and data centre optimisation

Miles Auvil, Trane Technologies’ Global Vertical Market Leader for Data Centres, discusses sector sustainability and HVACs’ role in these ambitious targets

As far as sustainability pledges go, Trane Technologies’ are amongst the most impressive.

With commitments including reducing one billion metric tonnes of carbon emissions from its customers’ footprint by 2030, the company is definitely here to rock the boat. And, for a rapidly expanding sector that is completely dependent on electricity, this optimism and pioneering spirit are both very welcome traits. 

Trane Technologies takes a distinctly bold approach to sustainability, not only making it a core part of its company identity, but setting its sights on being charge-leading flag-bearers that actually lead the market. 

Quite rightly, the entire data centre sector is prioritising the concept of ‘future-proofing’. It’s not enough to build dependable, efficient services – we also need to ensure that the solutions we build now are investments that can continue into the future. 

However, is it actually possible for data centres to decarbonise at the same pace as the sector’s growth? Auvil certainly believes so. 

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