Data Centers of the Future
Ramboll, EYP Mission Critical Facilities and PSC are teaming up to offer joint data center support services to help clients with the digital transformation.
We’re also bringing our experts together to offer a webinar series that will explore the sustainable data center of the future.Register for our next session
What will data centers of the future look like?
What is certain is they’ll need to meet greater demand, new regulations and ever-changing business needs and technology requirements. So how do we get there efficiently, responsibly and sustainably?
Ramboll, EYP Mission Critical Facilities and PSC are teaming up to offer joint data center support services to help clients with the digital transformation – from site selection, planning, design and commissioning, through construction, operations and decommissioning and repurposing.
Webinars in the series
Integration – Toward Net Positive
Panel from Ramboll, EYP Mission Critical Facilities and PSC
Concepts: Reliability, Resilience, Sustainability
Grid Connection &
Data Center Trends Today and Tomorrow
Trade-offs & Co-benefits: Balancing Long-Term Sustainability Goals with
Integration – Toward Net Positive: Ask the Experts
Wednesday, April 21
12:00–1:00 pm EDT
This virtual panel discussion will focus on key topics and share expert insights on industry trends, emerging challenges, and strategies for ensuring the future security and sustainability of this critical infrastructure. The session will feature short presentations by three new speakers:
- Eva Ravn Nielsen
Chief Engineer at Ramboll and expert in fuel cells for data centers
- Larisa Maya-Drysdale
Associate Manager at Ramboll and co-author of Development of the EU Green Public Procurement Criteria for Data Centres, Server Rooms and
- Paul Harper
Chief Sustainability Officer, Ecobat Technologies
These experts will then be joined by our returning series presenters for an interactive Q&A. Submit your questions for our panelists in advance at registration or bring them to the conversation during the webinar.
Senior Managing Consultant | Ramboll
Amy brings 20 years of focused experience in the areas of sustainability planning and implementation at airports and local government agencies. She joined Ramboll to continue advancing sustainability and climate leadership across multiple industries and consults on a range of sustainability issues including energy and water management, climate resilience and sustainability planning and reporting. As a consultant, she has served as a trusted advisor to clients that include San Diego County Regional Airport Authority and Dallas/Fort Worth, San José and Seattle-Tacoma International Airports, and has led the development of sustainability management plans, water stewardship plans and energy management plans for public and private sector clients.
The Concepts: Reliability, Resilience, Sustainability
In this session, Ramboll's Darren Gibson discusses how these objectives can be integrated into data center building design and functionality along with strategies for power delivery and energy optimization, waste heat reuse and optimal land use – all toward the goals of carbon reduction, a circular economy throughout the data center lifecycle, and a net-positive business model.
Grid Connection & Power Supply
In this session, PSC GM, Power Systems Carlos Galvan discusses how the data center sector can solve energy supply challenges with an efficient grid connection and reliable power supply. The session examines data center grid connection challenges and solutions as well as strategies for ensuring data center resilience, sustainability and security of supply.
Data Center Trends Today & Tomorrow
In this session, EYP Mission Critical Facilities Partner Steve Shapiro discusses data center design best practices of today and tomorrow. The session offers insights on mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) design as well as strategies for ensuring the future security and sustainability of this critical infrastructure.
Trade-offs & Co-benefits:
Balancing Long-Term Sustainability Goals with
This session focuses on the data center industry’s progress toward long-term sustainability ambitions, current barriers and emerging solutions. Ramboll Senior Managing Consultant Amy Malick presents a current state analysis of progress by data center companies toward their sustainability commitments, and discusses the narrowing gap between conventional and sustainable design and planning approaches in functional and financial terms, including time-to-market considerations. Amy also describes potential pathways toward carbon neutrality and circular economy solutions that promote resilience and societal benefit.
Learn about our partners
The demand for web-enabled services has increased dramatically during the pandemic, and the ability to meet that demand is dependent on the capacity of data centers. Ramboll continues to support clients around the world to acquire, design, commission and repurpose sites for sustainable and reliable, quick-to-market data centers and other mission critical facilities to help the world continue to meet that need.
EYP Mission Critical Facilities Inc.
At EYP Mission Critical Facilities, Inc. (EYP MCF) we solely specialize in helping our clients develop and implement the appropriate approach to their data center and critical facilities strategy, keeping those facilities fully operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and protecting critical business data, communications and power systems from failure.
A complete portfolio of consulting and engineering services to lead you through the strategy, design, implementation, commissioning and operational efficiency of your data center facilities.
From initial grid capacity studies to ultimate plant energization, PSC engineers simplify the design, grid connection and permitting of high voltage equipment, internal networks, on-site generation, and substations for data centers worldwide. As specialist consultants to the electricity industry, PSC brings an exceptional understanding of power networks and grid connection to the data center space.
Our power systems engineers provide initial front-end design, grid connection feasibility studies, detailed substation design, HV equipment specification and power systems studies such as load flow, harmonics analysis, integration of on-site generation, fault level and protections, arc flash, earthing and lightning protection design, and more.