“Demand for data centers in Southeast Asia is growing but outsized energy use creates dilemmas for governments.” – Bali Kaur Sodhi, Lead Economist at Oxford Economics, shares an op-ed to discuss Southeast Asian data centers’ opportunities and challenges.
Read the op-ed below:
Southeast Asian data centers must be plugged into net-zero agenda
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