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Julie Chenadec, Head of Communications at SDIA - Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance, posted

Green IT Amsterdam launches Green IT Foundation training

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This spring, Green IT Amsterdam is launching a series of training courses aimed at making IT use more sustainable within companies and government institutions.

The so-called ‘Green IT Foundation Training’ is an entry-level qualification for everyone involved in creating sustainable, energy-efficient IT systems and IT environments.

3-day course

The 3-day course is aimed at anyone who is involved in or interested in Green IT and wants to gain knowledge in this area or understand how their role fits into the wider context of Green IT. Although designed for IT professionals, this qualification is also very relevant for non-IT professionals who require basic knowledge of the field - such as Managers for Corporate Sustainability and Procurement. The training also offers a lot of useful information for employees of vendors.

Topics and themes

Topics covered during the training include:
- The broader background of Green IT
- How do I develop a Green IT policy within his organization?
- How do I prepare a Green IT action plan?
- Concepts and techniques for internal assessment
- The risks and benefits of Green IT
- The available techniques and technologies to make Green IT possible
- The role of Green IT in the organization
- The roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders

The course is in English and is provided by Green IT Amsterdam adviser, John Booth.

Date: April 15, 16, 17
Time: all day, including breakfast & lunch
Location: SURFsara, Science Park 140, 1098 XG Amsterdam

More information can be found here: http://www.greenitamsterdam.nl/projects/2108-green-it-foundation-training

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CEDaCI – Circular Economy for the Data Center Industry

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The Data Centre Industry has grown rapidly and generates a large volume of e-waste / WEEE. The current infrastructure for dealing with this waste is underdeveloped and consequently, there is a real and urgent need to address this now. CEDaCI will build a Circular Economy for the Data Centre Industry by bringing together stakeholders from all equipment life cycle stages to turn this waste into a useful resource and support the ongoing rapid growth of the DCI.

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Julie Chenadec, Head of Communications at SDIA - Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance, posted

Open source hardware project

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DatacenterWorks en CloudWorks organiseren op dinsdag 3 december 2019 een speciaal event dat geheel in het teken staat van open source-hardware en de kansen die dit u als IT-manager, floormanager of datacentermanager biedt. Dit event zal plaatsvinden bij maincubes B.V. te Schiphol-Rijk.

De markt
Nadat open source eerst al de softwaremarkt wist te veroveren (denk aan Linux, OpenStack enz) zien we nu langzaam maar zeker iets vergelijkbaars gebeuren in de hardware-markt. Datacenters waren tot voor kort aangewezen op hardware-producten die volledig op het principe van vendor lock-in zijn gebaseerd. Onder invloed van de hyperscalers (Facebook, Google, Microsoft enz) zien we nu een omgekeerde situatie ontstaan: het datacenter bepaalt welke hardware-producten hij wil hebben en vraagt de industrie deze voor hem te bouwen.

Wie doet wat?
Steeds meer manufacturers stappen in deze nieuwe markt. Maar wie doet nu precies wat? Hebben we het hier enkel over het Open Compute Project (OCP)? Of over meer open source-projecten (hint: ja!). Tijdens dit event meer informatie hierover en krijgt u tevens antwoorden op uw vragen.

- Green IT Amsterdam houdt zich al geruime bezig met projecten op het gebied van energiebesparing en het verkleinen van de ‘environmental footprint’ van datacenters en IT-afdelingen. Open source hardware kan hierbij een belangrijke rol spelen.

Daarom verzorgt Julie Chenadec van Green IT Amsterdam tijdens het Open Source Hardware event dat op 3 december in Amsterdam plaatsvindt een presentatie over de rol die open source hardware kan spelen bij het verkleinen van de impact van datacenters op milieu en omgeving.

In haar presentatie gaat zij onder andere in op het Europese Cedaci-project waaraan Green IT Amsterdam deelneemt.

Ook laat zij zien hoe open source hardware een van de opties is voor datacenters en IT-afdelingen die hun ‘environmental footprint’ verder willen terugdringen.

Interesse om deze presentatie bij te wonen? Kijk hier voor meer informatie.
> https://opensourcehardware.datacenterworks.nl/110219

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Green IT Barometer 2019

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In partnership with Green IT Amsterdam (NL), Sustainability For London (UK), Green IT Belgium (BE), Green IT SIG (CH) and FISMA (FI), Alliance Green IT (FR) launched the survey for the 3rd edition of the Green IT Barometer.

This survey aims to assess the number of computers and office equipment present in companies and more generally the maturity of companies in the use of eco-responsible digital services.

This is the third edition of this survey called Green IT Barometer.

The first two editions, 2015 and 2017, have been the subject of two publications: http://alliancegreenit.org/publications (in French only)

Answering this survey will allow you to
- Know the best practices, thanks to the game of questions
- Measure your level of maturity
- Compare your results

From October 1st, 2019 to January 31st, 2020, all companies can answer in an entirely anonymous way the online questionnaire on:

>> https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/greenitbarometer2019 > In April 2020, the results will be published, in a strictly anonymous way.

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EV ENERGY Project - Policy Brochure

European cities are moving massively into electric mobility with electric vehicles (EVs), from motorcycles to cars and buses to trucks. This is important to create healthier cities. Solar energy in the city is also growing as the most viable clean energy source in densely
populated areas, and EV technologies are reaching market maturity. However, governments across Europe are struggling with the development of charging
infrastructure, especially with its implementation and financing. The largest challenge is in arranging integration of clean energy and mobility at larger scales in and around the city. It is time for a coherent policy!

This policy brochure is realised by the EV ENERGY project, where good policies and practices are exchanged. It focuses on both the project partners and on outstanding policies in this field across the most advanced regions in Europe.

Indeed, supportive policies are the backbone for a successful rollout of electric mobility and the energy transition.

Three main topics can be seen in this area:
→ Favouring electric vehicles (EVs)
→ Supporting renewable energy in the city
→ Developing EV charging infrastructure

Find the brochure here:

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