Energy Efficiency in Data Centers
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Take a tour of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's energy-efficient data center in the Research Support Facility. Read the case study
CoE - Activities
This section of the CoE shows the full-range of activities that the CoE engages in to support data center efficiency.
Fact sheet describes how FEMP helps federal agencies meet energy efficiency requirements and strategies for federal data centers.
Fact sheet describes a thermosyphon cooler tested on the roof of a national laboratory building.
Early-stage scoping tools diagnose how energy use is distributed in data centers and determine ways to save energy and money.
Spreadsheet provides the potential for reducing the supply airflow rate and increasing the supply air temperature.
Comprehensive list of recommended efficiency actions for data centers.
Guide helps data center operators implement a metering system that gathers data for efficiency improvements.
Guide provides an overview of best practices for energy-efficient data center design.
Case study describes an outline of energy efficiency opportunities in federal high-performance computing data centers.
Document explains the benefits of developing dashboards to track energy use in Federal data centers.
Guide details the methods for measurement in High Performance Computing (HPC) data center facilities.
Fact sheet describes the Green Data Center Project efforts to significantly reduce the energy use of the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC).
Fact sheet discusses a retro-commissioning project at the Savannah River Site.
Recommended FEMP Training
Read case studies about agencies that have successfully constructed energy-efficient data centers on the CoE and FEMP websites.
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