2017 Events

The Green Grid hosts a variety of online and in-person events to further the dialog on data center resource efficiency and actively participates in key industry events as a thought leader and advocate for best practices.

Members: Visit the collaborative workspace for a schedule of your upcoming Work Group and Committee meetings.

  • 02 March, 2017 | Event

    Date: Thrusday, March 2 18:30 - 21:00 (Check-in 18:15)
    Venue: Terrazza Shirokane, Tokyo

  • 16 March, 2017 | Webcast

    The Green Grid provides an overview of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Capacity and Utilization Metrics and how they can be applied to help data center owners/operators track and communicate how ICT services are being consumed in the data center as a way to measure efficiency and effectiveness.

  • 11 April, 2017 | Webcast

    In this webcast, members of The Green Grid give an overview of the Water Usage Effectiveness (WUE), the importance of gaining accurate visibility over data center water consumption, and ways in which water consumption can be reduced in the data center to increase efficiency and sustainability.

  • 17 May, 2017 to 18 May, 2017
    | Event

    The Green Grid’s Global Technical Committee Summit brings together those interested in playing an instrumental role in driving effective and accountable resource efficiency across the entire ICT ecosystem.

  • 26 May, 2017 | Event

    Date: Friday, May 26 18:00 - 20:30 (Check-in 17:45)

  • 07 June, 2017 to 08 June, 2017
    | Industry Event

    Datacloud Europe is the premier networking and deal making event for data center and cloud leaders, their customers and investors.

  • 19 June, 2017 | Industry Event

    Join long-time member of The Green Grid, Jay Taylor, as he discusses smart data center and sustainability with a panel of industry experts.

  • 13 July, 2017 | Event

    Date: Thursday, July 13 13:00-20:00
    Venue: Miraikan (The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation)

  • 04 September, 2017 | Webcast

    4 September 2017

    16:30 CEST / 15.30 BST

  • 26 September, 2017 | Industry Event

    The Green Grid’s Roger Tipley participates in a panel discussion about how power and cooling innovation will drastically alter data center design. 

  • 05 October, 2017 | Industry Event

    The Green Grid’s Roger Tipley, Lance Rütimann, Roel Castelein, and Chris Larsen will present in the Smart Sustainability and Efficiency track on The Green Grid’s Open Standard for Data Centre Availability, industry standards overall, and the future of IT, demand, and sustainability.

  • 10 October, 2017 | Webcast

    For many, the thought of using liquids to cool IT equipment is a scary proposition. It is an embedded mindset that data center expert, Julius Neudorfer, refers to as "data center hydrophobia." In this webcast, he will review some common liquid cooling myths and examine the various technologies and benefits related to the liquid-cooled IT equipment currently available.

  • 20 October, 2017 | Event

    The 3rd Dater Center Study Meeting (members-only) this year will take place on Friday, October 20 in Tokyo. Speakers from  Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. and TileFlow will be spkeating at the meeting. 

  • 07 November, 2017 to 08 November, 2017
    | Industry Event

    The Green Grid will participate in a panel discussion to  explore a new collaborative approach to tackling water consumption in the data centre.

  • 05 December, 2017 | Webcast

    5 December 2017

    16:00 CET / 15:00 GMT / 10:00 EST

    Jay Dietrich, Program Manager of Climate Stewardship and Energy at IBM and chair of the TGG SERT Analysis working group, will be examining how emerging server and storage product energy efficiency regulations based on idle power could derail the drive for a greener data centre industry.  

    Register here

  • 13 December, 2017 | Event

    2017 Members Meeting - Japan is taking place on Wednesday, December 13 in Tokyo.  Board Members of the Green Grid, Intel Corporation and Digital Realty Trust, Inc. will be joining the meeting to present datacenter trends outside Japan. More information will be available in November.