In her role as Sustainability Principal, Sara Hoefkens heads up Schneider Electric's Sustainability Business across the Benelux, Nordics & RoEMEA. This division is made up of a group of experts that helps enterprise, industrial, commercial, and data center customers to achieve their net-zero ambitions. In this interview from Schneider Electric’s Data Center Insights series, Sara explains why sustainability is so important to the long-time value of data center companies across the EMEA region. Sara talks about the stringent reporting, regulations, and compliance that European companies are now subject to, and how the regulatory framework is an opportunity for organizations to embrace new sustainable best-practices. Finally, Sara explains how Schneider Electric’s own experience and expertise in sustainability play a huge part in helping customers with their own tailored sustainability journey.
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