CyrusOne: CyrusOne makes headway on sustainability goals

Feb 16, 2022 | Posted by MadalineDunn

CyrusOne has announced that in line with its ambition to become data climate-neutral by 2030, its Dallas, Texas headquarters is now powered by 100% renewable energy. It is also the latest part of its portfolio to be net-water positive. CyrusOne is also one of the signatories of the Climate Neutral Data Center Pact 2021.

Speaking about what this means for the company’s vision, David Ferdman, Interim President and CEO of CyrusOne, said: “Our headquarters sustainability achievement is a glimpse of CyrusOne’s sustainable future. As we expand our efforts around climate, water, biodiversity and circular economy across our data center portfolio, we wanted to make sure our headquarters is walking the talk, too.”

Meanwhile, Kyle Myers, Senior Director of Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability at CyrusOne, commented: “This announcement for our global headquarters aligns with our goals we set as a company back in 2019 to add more renewable infrastructure and net-water positive facilities to our network. In 2021, we not only switched our offices to renewable electricity but also restored 20% more water than we used to the watershed.”

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