To find resources related to a specific technology or resource type please use the check boxes to filter results. You can also search by author's last name and other keywords through the search box in the top right of the site. "Featured" resources are shown first, followed by the most recent.
|Date||Title||Files and Links|
Data Center Air Management Tool (v.1.18) Featured
The Data Center Air Management Tool was developed to accelerate energy savings in data centers without affecting the thermal IT equipment environment by assessing the data center air-management status.
|Air Management Tool v1.18 (11-11-14) Distribution.xls|
Seventh Floor Data Centers RAY Building, Saint Louis, Missouri: Energy Usage Efficiency Assessment Report
This energy assessment, sponsored by the General Services Administration (GSA) and Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP), focuses on two data centers on the seventh floor of the Robert A. Young (RAY) Building.
|RAY Energy assessment report -Mahdavi-May 2014.pdf|
Binghamton University - Institute for Energy Efficiency Systems
The Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems, a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC), works in partnership with government, industry and academia to develop systematic methodologies for efficiently
PUE: A Comprehensive Examination of the Metric Featured
Document that allows executives to gain a high level of understanding of the concepts surrounding PUE, while providing in-depth application knowledge and resources to those implementing and reporting data center metrics.
|The Green Grid - Examination of PUE|
Direct Liquid Cooling For Electronic Equipment
Report on the demonstration of direct liquid cooling for electronic equipment. Cisco C200 M3 servers were retrofitted with the Asetek direct cooling technology.
|Direct Liquid Cooling|
MHPCC Data Center Energy Efficiency Measures: Impact of Higher Air Intake Temperatures
Presentation of the MHPCC case study, focusing on the impact of higher air intake temperatures. Author(s): Mahdavi, R.
|Mahdavi - Impact of Higher Intake Temperatures|
Pacific Gas and Electric Company Small Data Center Market Study
Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) tasked Cadmus to provide insight into the energy-efficiency opportunity in small data centers in its service territory, particularly focusing on small and medium business (SMB) customers.
The Green Grid website
The Green Grid Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit, open industry consortium of end users, policy makers, technology providers, facility architects, and utility companies that works to improve the resource efficiency of information technology and
|The Green Grid|
ASHRAE Technical Committee 9.9
Mission Critical Facilities, Data Centers, Technology Spaces and Electronic Equipment
|ASHRAE Technical Committee 9.9|
Consortium for Energy Efficiency Thermal Energy Management
To address research challenges of the intermediate and long term nature associated with thermal and energy management of electronics, the Consortium for Energy Efficient Thermal Management (CEETHERM) was initiated in 2002.
Department of Energy Advanced Manufacturing Office
Manufacturers use our resources to reduce energy costs and chart a path to continuous improvement in energy efficiency and performance.
|DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office|
Guideline for Water and Energy Considerations During Federal Data Center Consolidations
Consolidation presents data center owners with opportunities to employ industry energy efficiency best practices to lower both capital and operating costs, while ensuring sustainability through reduced energy and water use.
Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Tool Kit
Presentation that identifies opportunities for energy efficiency in high performance computing applications. Author(s): Tschudi, B.
The Other Half of the Problem – Server Closets and Small Server Rooms (Rev. 2013)
Presentation that summarizes a study on small server rooms conducted by LBNL in collaboration with Stanford and NRDC. The study characterized the power, cooling, and IT equipment in these spaces, and identified opportunities for improved efficiency.
|LBNL Server Closet|
LBNL - ASETEK - Direct Liquid Cooling Demonstration
Presentation that details an evaluation of direct liquid cooled server technology developed by ASETEK and tested in a Data Center at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Author(s): Coles, H.C.
|HColes - 10-2013|
Best Practices for Data Center Energy Efficiency - New Delhi, India 2013
Presentation from the Best Practices for Data Center Energy Efficiency workshop, hosted by Data Center Dynamics. Author(s): Sartor, D.
Saving Energy in Data Centers: Low Cost Energy Efficiency Measures Case Studies
Presentation with the following objectives:
|LBNL Data Center low cost EEMs Presentation I2SL 2013 -Mahdavi.pdf|
Variable-Speed Fan Retrofits for Computer-Room Air Conditioners
This case study documents three retrofits to existing constant-speed fans in computer-room air conditioners (CRACs), all located in California: first, a forty year-old, 6,000 ft2 data center located at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laborator
|Variable Speed Fan CRAC Retrofit Case Study|
Saving Energy in Data Centers: Applying Best Practices - Hyderabad, India 2013
Presentation from the CII Data Center Workshop in Hyderabad, India. Author(s): Sartor, D.
Best Practices for Data Center Energy Efficiency - Hong Kong 2013
Presentation from the Best Practices for Data Center Energy Efficiency workshop, hosted by Data Center Dynamics in Hong Kong. Author(s): Sartor, D.
InterPACK 2013 - The Future of Data Center Infrastructure
Presentation from InterPACK 2013 on The Future of Data Center Infrastructure. Author(s): Coles, H.C.
|Coles - InterPACK 2013|
Best Practices for Data Center Energy Efficiency - Chengdu, China 2013
Presentation on Best Practices for Data Center Energy Efficiency given at Data Center Dynamics in Chengdu, China. Author(s): Sartor, D.
|Sartor - 6-25-2013|
The Energy Efficiency Potential of Cloud-Based Software: A U.S. Case Study
The energy use of data centers is a topic that has received much attention, given that data centers currently account for 1-2% of global electricity use.
|US Cloud Potential|
Energy Efficiency in Indian Data Centers: Present Trends & Future Opportunities
Influx of IT activities, growing internet population, second largest wireless network, and a renewed banking sector have all aided to the cause of data explosion and thus flaring the need for data centers.
|Indian Data Center Trends & Future Opportunities|
Guide to Minimizing Compressor-based Cooling in Data Centers
Best practice guide part of a series created by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP), a program of the U.S. Department of Energy.
|Guide to Minimizing Compressor-based Cooling in Data Centers|