Energy Efficiency in Data Centers and Labs Workshop
High tech buildings such as laboratories, cleanrooms, and data centers are often very energy intensive. There are significant opportunities for energy improvements, often as much as 40% savings. The Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program is happy to bring you this two-part workshop, the first on data center energy efficiency and the second on laboratories. This workshop, open to Federal and state employees, will describe best practices and lessons learned to implement energy savings in these mission critical facilities.
FEMP CEUs (0.7) will be awarded upon successful completion of a multiple choice assessment.
Register soon as space is limited.
All confirmed registrants will receive a confirmation letter with location information and meeting agenda.
- Dale Sartor, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Read bio.
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