The business continuity management toolkit enshrines four different dimensions that are, treat, tolerate, transfer, and terminate. One of the issues that deserve treatment is reliance on a non-renewable source of energy to generate power for the data centres’ high voltage demand.
The fundamental solution to the approach involves the incorporation of a sustainability initiative concerning the alternation of renewable energy sources. The aspect attributes to the profound impact of sustainability hence treating the degrading environment’s aesthetic value.
The second business continuity model approach is the tolerance of the data centre building and restructuring of the city. The primary purpose of the data centre involves the establishment of a solid and sustainable power grid for the stations.
The lack of policies that ensure adherence to the conditional fosters a dynamic effect on the core aspect of sustainability and the overexploitation of non-renewable sources of energy. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the management team and relevant stakeholders to tolerate the core practice initiative.
The third business continuity model transfers power grids to a different location while decentralizing the stations into sub-stations to ensure safe voltage production.
The distribution system focuses on the empowerment of data center operability and interdependence with the national power grid. The main reason for the strategy involves enhancing the production of adequate power to sustain the data centres and other business entities.
The fourth business continuity model is the termination of the data centre hubs within Ireland mainly because of the increased demand to generate power to sustain a city. The data center demands a high voltage for operationalization hence the importance of integrating distinctive approaches that boost sustainable growth and development.
The construction of the data centre hubs leads to the necessity of intensifying power production, thus the justification to terminate the project proposal.