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We are very pleased to issue our spring newsletter!

In late January, we announced that EYPMCF would be joining Ramboll. We couldn’t be more excited about this next chapter and joining this leading global engineering consultancy.

Joining Ramboll has given us the global platform needed to service our clients around the world as they grow and expand. It also gives us a much broader portfolio of capabilities to offer our clients, including ESG consulting and due diligence to support data center acquisitions.

We look forward to continuing to expand our reach across the world as part of this terrific platform. We are also extremely impressed by the culture, focus on employees, and dedication to sustainability that Ramboll has, which is so important to our client base and the data center community in general. Please don’t hesitate to ask us for information or a live discussion on all of our combined capabilities in this space. At the same time, it is business as usual at EYPMCF as we continue to drive thought leadership in the space and develop new innovative approaches to design and assurance in data centers.

In this issue of the newsletter, we have included a new white paper on embodied carbon, and blog pieces on water conservation, air quality permits, and Blockchain data centers specifications. There are also new case studies about new client work around the globe. In addition, we are thrilled to announce that our own Steve Shapiro, PE will be speaking at the upcoming 7x24 event in June.

Lastly, we hope to see all of you at the industry events we are sponsoring this month – DCD in NYC, and Data Cloud in Monaco.

Best –

Rick and Brian

Download the latest white papers

Towards more sustainable data center design using a CHP case study

Demand response opportunities for data center embedded generation and energy storage systems

Reaching for Net-Zero: Achieving Zero Carbon Data Centers by Decentralizing Consensus of Power Supply Amongst Utility and Microgrid Providers

The Case for Natural Gas Generators

West 7 Center: Using a Data Center Water Side Economizer on an existing facility to reduce water and energy usage

Infrastructure Sustainability Options and Revenue Opportunities for Data Centers

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