2018 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.

  • 15 March, 2018 | Event

    Japan regional group will host Data Center Technical Study Meeting in Toky on March 15.

  • 22 March, 2018 | Webcast

    Bill Kosik, PE, Senior Mechanical Engineer, and co-chair of the Total Cost of Ownership Calculator Activity Work Group, will be examining the growing complexities and opportunities of cooling strategies and the importance of the total cost of ownership to evaluate the options to data centre cooling system design.

  • 16 May, 2018 | Event


  • 17 August, 2018 | Event

    Obon Special Event "Data Center ABC - One Day Course" on Friday, August 17 at Schneider Electric Tokyo, organized by TGG Japan, taking place.

  • 18 October, 2018 | Event

    Members meeting: As part of TGG Japan Fog/Edge discussion, come and join us to learn more about Edge computing and discuss further on this topic.

  • 05 November, 2018 | Event

    TGG Japan is organizing ABCI (AI Bridging Cloud Infrastructure) Tour for members. Registration will close on October 31.


  • 10 December, 2018 | Event

    Members Meeting 2018 in Tokyo is taking place on Monday, December 10. Jay Taylor, Director Global Standards, Codes and Policy, Schneider Electric is presenting on Security and reliable edge computing. Keisuke Maeda, Manager, Site & Facility Manager, GTS, IBM Japan is presenting on Next-Generation Data Centers.

  • 11 December, 2018 | Webcast

    Targeted at Data Center Designers and Owners/Operators, The Green Grid’s new Open Standard for Data Center Availability (OSDA) tool promises to modernize data center availability classification and rating, similar to how PUE modernized data center power usage. Free for anyone to use, the tool will enable data center professionals to evaluate sustainable energy source availability.