We’re in the midst of an urgent climate crises forcing all industries to evolve quickly into a better version of themselves. Data centers will use 3,4%[1] of the world’s power consumption[2] in 2030. It is one of the most carbon heavy industries out there due to electricity usage and the vast widespread inefficiency of both cooling solutions and above all energy waste when it comes to the heat servers generate.

At the same time energy prices are surging and the grids are becoming more pressured and therefore fragile, as regional security and societal stability sadly are too. Data centers doesn´t only often come with heat waste, they are a spot-on example of infrastructure capacity waste. Meaning that the investments made by data center owners, today are being used a fraction of the time when it could support local societies energy grids.

How data centers are built, used and integrated into societies energy infrastructure matters big time for the planet and the people of the planet.

T.Loop is bringing a new energy approach to data centers, or data energy centers as we prefer to say.

We believe that data centers can and should be generating less carbon emissions per byte than it is today. Every player in the data center chain, from hardware manufacturers to the data center customer, should be taking responsibility for their potential to upgrade energy efficiency.  

We believe that data centers can and should be perceived as a circular unit and energy source for properties.

We believe that data centers can and should drive more flexibility in our common energy infrastructure.

We believe that the co-location and hosting providers should be more transparent with their actual energy consumption and climate footprint. Transparency breeds potential for actual understanding among data center clients and therefore demand of rapid industry change. 

We believe that regenerative Data Energy Centers® are the standard of the future.

T.Loop commit to drive this change for our own partners and clients, but also in the public opinion, the industry and in international standard policy.