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Achieving carbon neutrality in digital infrastructure
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Enabling global carbon accounting and reduction in digital infrastructure

The iMasons Climate Accord is a coalition united on carbon reduction in digital infrastructure.

Our mandate is to achieve global carbon accounting of digital infrastructure to influence market-based decisions and drive the industry to achieve carbon neutrality.

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DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
MATURITY MODEL

Companies participating in the Climate Accord agree to an open standard and governance to report carbon impact in materials, products, and power across digital infrastructure.

The Digital Infrastructure Maturity Model is a standardized framework used to measure progress in reducing:

  • embodied carbon in materials used to build data centers,
  • embodied carbon of products deployed in data centers, and the
  • hourly carbon intensity of source power used to operate data centers.

The goal is global carbon accounting for each unique data center location over its lifetime.

Participating companies will support a carbon label schema for products and data center buildings in conjunction with source power carbon-intensity tracking. All carbon data will be electronically accessible.

GOVERNING BODY

The Climate Accord coalition works towards the industry adoption of an open standard to report carbon in data center power, materials and products and a maturity model to report participant progress.

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KEY THEMES

INDUSTRY ALIGNMENT ON CARBON REDUCTION
COMMON METHODOLOGY FOR CARBON ACCOUNTING
COLLABORATION TO COMPOUND OUR IMPACT
BUYERS DRIVE MARKET BEHAVIOR
TRANSPARENCY
ACROSS ALL

OUR STORY SO FAR

April 22, 2020
February 2, 2022
February 22, 2022
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March 21, 2022
April 25, 2022
June 7, 2022
July 19, 2022
September 19, 2022

Earth Day 2020

iMasons launches digital infrastructure sustainability vision, "Every Click Improves the Future."

Defining Digital Infrastructure

If you can measure it, you can improve it. iMasons defines and sizes the Digital Infrastructure industry to establish a starting point to measure progress.

Chez Belady

40 iMasons Advisory Council members came together at Christian Belady’s home to find one thing that they could do together as an industry to tackle climate change.

The iMasons Climate Accord is Born

Six key themes from Chez Belady result in the creation of the iMasons Climate Accord uniting companies on carbon reduction in digital infrastructure.

Global Industry Input

Recruitment continues for the launch of the iMasons Climate Accord with simultaneous working sessions in the USA, Spain, and Monaco.

Official Launch

The historic iMasons Climate Accord is announced in Monaco amassing 73 founding companies in less than six weeks. With carbon offsets purchased by Pure Data Centers, iMasons creates the first carbon-free conference for our industry.

ICA Governing Body Meets

Meeting for the first time in Santa Clara, CA, the five founding ICA Governing Body members gathered to define the group’s structure, charter, and budget. The governing body includes AWS, Google, Meta, Microsoft, and iMasons.

Continued Growth

iMasons Climate Accord member companies reach 161, more than doubling in less than six weeks.

Governing Body Expands

Digital Realty & Schneider Electric join the iMasons Governing Body serving two year terms.
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