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The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) encourages agencies and organizations to improve data center energy efficiency in accordance with the Office of Management and Budget's Smart Cloud Strategy and M-16-19 Memorandum.

Data centers offer a tremendous opportunity for energy and cost savings.

FEMP helps agencies construct and maintain energy-efficient data centers by providing resources through its Center of Expertise (CoE) for Energy Efficiency in Data Centers and encouraging participation in the Better Buildings Challenge and Data Center Accelerator.

Read FEMP's Data Center Energy Efficiency fact sheet.

CoE for Energy Efficiency in Data Centers
Website provides information and technical support for data center efficiency projects.
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CoE - Data Center Energy Efficiency Toolkit
This section of the CoE identifies energy efficiency opportunities in data centers using CoE's tools.
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CoE - Technologies
This section of the CoE offers tips for improving technology performance or purchasing new.
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Better Buildings Challenge
Become a partner by committing to improving building and industrial efficiency by 20% or more over 10 years.
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CoE - Small Data Centers
This section of the CoE features a decision tree and resources to assist with overcoming unique obstacles.
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CoE - Training
This section of the CoE features webinars and the Data Center Energy Practitioner schedule.
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Better Buildings Accelerator
Become a partner by committing to reducing the infrastructure energy intensity of one or more data centers by 25% over a five-year period.
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Case Studies
Browse case studies of successful federal projects.
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