Sabey Data Centers, a premier colocation data center provider, has announced their commitment towards reaching a net-zero carbon emissions by 2029 across their Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions. This news comes after Sabey’s recent announcement of their sustainable data center expansion in Round Rock, TX. Sabey’s commitment towards renewable energy does not go unnoticed, in fact, the Science-Based Target Initiative (SBTi), a global body that aligns enterprise emission reduction efforts with climate science, validated Sabey’s target and methods to achieve a 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

Sabey has been progressively building and operating energy-efficient data centers that reduce environmental impact while continuing to align with their customers’ sustainability initiatives and renewable energy requirements. With this announcement, their Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions will be an exciting variable to watch. Scope 1 focuses on direct emissions from operations, and Scope 2 includes indirect emissions from purchased electricity that powers its resilient data center infrastructure. To reach their net-zero carbon goal, Sabey is firm on adopting industry-leading technology and techniques that will adhere to their portfolio-wide carbon emissions target while continuing to benefit their business objectives. 

Sabey Data Centers has taken many strides in order to become a more sustainable data center company such as meeting strict EPA energy performance standards by becoming an ENERGY STAR Partner, being recognized as a forward-thinking company and incorporating energy efficiency and sustainability into daily operations through membership of the Green Lease Leaders program, and being an early signatory to The Climate Pledge, a collaborative initiative committed to reaching net-zero carbon by 2040. Sabey will be an exciting key player to watch as the shift towards sustainable data centers continues to grow. 

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