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Green Grid Calls for Adoption of Green Tactics

Submitted by on 7 January, 2019 – 4:33 pm

The Green Grid (, an international IT companies working to improve energy efficiency in data centers, announced Friday it has launched new tools and reports to help business leaders and centers global data to improve efficiency in their operations.

The announcement follows the launch of the new online tool from The Green Grid and maps, earlier this year that allows administrators to North American centers to find out how much data free cooling.

Representatives of The Green Grid, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Department of Energy, and executives from different industries, met Friday at a forum organized in New York by the NYSE Euronext Stock Exchange in New York to discuss problems with data center energy management and the practical steps for improvement.

The Green Grid presented the results of a recent evaluation of a mid-tier data center managed by the EPA, as well as recommendations for next steps that EPA can take to improve efficiency.

Leadership “We applaud the EPA at the opening of its operations at this level of scrutiny, and we encourage other organizations working with us to develop standards and explore ways they can improve their own operations,” says John Tuccillo, president of the board The Green Grid. “If EPA can implement techniques that improve efficiency by 20 percent, you can save up to $ 15,000 per year in the data center. IDC estimates there are 75,000 similar-sized data centers in the United States, and if everyone could get the same level of savings, over $ 1.1 billion in annual energy costs could be avoided in data centers around the country. ”

The Green Grid continues to assist the Department of Energy in the testing and validation of DC Pro, an online software tool provided by the Department of Energy to help industries to find out how energy is consumed by the trace of your data center and identify the best opportunities for savings.

The Green Grid and the Department of Energy Save Energy Now program have partnered to improve the Department of Energy’s DC Pro suite of software tools.

The organizations are working to ensure the common metric of energy between the instruments of Green Grid, DC Pro and the administrator of ENERGY STAR tools portfolio, the development of an assessment module IT energy and create an SPC Energy Professional program in professional data centers energy assessments are made for energy-DC Pro

The Green Grid also introduced new online tools and maps designed to help data center and facilities managers in Japan and 33 European countries free to determine how much cooling is available for the various data centers.

These new tools offer real-world data to help lower energy consumption and related costs, which could prolong life and improve the energy efficiency of data center facilities.

The Green Grid also introduced a new free online tool for data center managers to record their results using energy efficiency.

These results are used to establish global consistency in reporting to the separation between the energy flowing IT equipment and facility operations.

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