Industry veteran Oscar Gross shares his extensive experience in the data center space, spanning roles in electrical infrastructure and construction materials. He delves into the industry's sustainability challenges, advocating for an all-encompassing approach and emphasizing efficiency in building design and materials.

Gross highlights the significance of monitoring, particularly through environmental product declarations (EPDs), and discusses the evolving landscape of on-site power generation, including the potential for hydrogen-powered data centers.

The conversation concludes with insights into the industry's geographical growth, driven by power constraints in primary markets. The interview underscores the importance of balance and long-term thinking in achieving sustainability goals.