Documentation Requirements for Supplier-Procured Renewable Energy

N/A | October 15, 2018

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This white paper outlines the information and documentation that may be required to verify co-located data center (colo) client greenhouse gas inventories as it relates to renewable energy procured by colo vendors for their data centers. The information presented represents the collective understanding of a stakeholder group that includes colo clients, colo vendors and GHG emissions verifiers convened by BSR’s Future of Internet Power in 2018. While the subject of this white paper is the colo data center industry, the findings can be applied to other tenant-landlord scenarios.

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