Stream 3 - Day 1

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Graeme Shaw

Technical Director

Zumtobel Group UK/IE

Key Areas Addressed:

  1. Artificial lighting and its impact on our health & environment
  2. Sustainability in lighting
  3. Circularity of lighting

Key Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understanding key factors within sustainability in lighting
  2. Insight into the RoHS EU Directive focusing on the manufacture of old technology artificial light sources

Arnau Homedes

Head of Market & Product Management

Top Cable

Key Areas Addressed:

  1. Safety & Security on Data Centres
  2. Data Centre Applications of CPR
  3. Learn how to apply CPR on DC Projects
  4. CPR, Flexibility & Fire Performance

Key Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understand the main regulations & how it applies
  2. Countries, specifications of CPR level
  3. From the Engineering spec to the CPR Level
  4. How a cable performs on a DC project


Professor Rabih Bashroush

Professor of Digital Infrastructure

University of East London

Adrian Mc Hugh

Data Centre Facility Solution Manager

Huawei West Europe Region

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Overview of the recent Baringa Report.


Terje Eriksen

Regional Sales Manager

Bergen Engines AS, Norway

Keith Maclean-Martin

Technical Manager

Piller UK Ltd

Data Centre power needs are continuing to grow, but the infrastructure is not able to keep pace. Regulators strive to increase renewable generation, but other power generation sources are required to balance the load – but what fuels can be used and where will the power come from? Microgrid Solutions offer Data Centres the opportunity to take control of their power and help deliver a carbon free future.

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If you would like to understand why the 5th tenant of the Open Compute Foundation is sustainability and what the OCP community and Huawei got to do with it, then pls feel free to join our joint session in order to obtain more insights about the OCP Foundation in terms of:

What is OCP’s aim?

The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) was initiated in 2011 with a mission to apply the benefits of open source and open collaboration to hardware and rapidly increase the pace of innovation in, near and around the data centre. Now OCP is celebrating its 10th anniversary and be prepared to see what else is planned for the next 10 years.
What does the Open Compute Project Foundation do?

It mobilises and enables open-source communities in a range of projects. In order to obtain an idea about the global spread and scale of people involved, pls note that more than 200 companies are members of the OCP Foundation and as of now around 190 contributions have been done in these project groups which are led by voluntarily leaders, involving worldwide more than 8k engineers.


Conor Molloy

Senior Projects Manager

Bureau Veritas

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