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Green Grid Intros New Tools for Data Center Efficiency

12 April, 2016 – 4:33 am |

The Green Grid (www.thegreengrid.org) announced Thursday that it has introduced new tools and new industry alliances announced third annual week of The Green Grid Technical Forum and Members of the meeting. In January, the Green Grid opens registration for the technical forum, being held this week in San Jose. The Green Grid shown to attendees […]

3Com’s H3C Now “Certified Green™”

5 April, 2016 – 4:32 am |

3Com Corporation (Nasdaq: COMS) today officially announced that H3C Miercom ® S12508 data center switch and its center of H3C ® S5820X top-of-rack switch industry first product data centers to receive “green certification Miercom ™” designation . The test confirmed that Miercom H3C switches are designed to provide enterprise customers with superior performance, scale and […]

SkGold Hosting’s Datacenter Goes Green

27 March, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

Environmental considerations are helping to drive business decisions in the data center hosting SkGold. In a measure to save energy and protect the environment, the company is pleased to announce that its data center has implemented new practices, “green” and procedures. The data center is hosting SkGold address energy problems associated with greenhouse gases and […]

EPA Recognizes 1&1’s Kansas Data Center For Renewable Energy Contributions

20 March, 2016 – 4:32 am |

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has recognized web host 1 & 1 Internet (www.1and1.com) for its Lenexa, Kansas Data Center for the annual purchase of 17.5 million kilowatt hours of green electricity. According 1and1 Wednesday’s announcement, the EPA has appointed Lenexa installing green energy partner, marking the company’s next step in its efforts to protect […]

EPA Recognizes 1&1 Internet’s Kansas Data Center as a Leading Green Power Purchaser

18 March, 2016 – 4:32 am |

1 & 1 Internet, Inc., host the world’s largest known web servers, announced today that its Lenexa, Kansas data center has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a green energy partner for the annual purchase of 17.5 million kilowatt – hour (kWh) of green power (electricity generated from environmentally preferable renewable […]

PG&E Offers Incentives for Energy Star Servers

6 March, 2016 – 4:32 am |

Provider California utility PG & E (www.pge.com) will begin offering financial incentives for data centers in California who purchase servers accredited with the qualification of Energy Environmental Protection Agency of the Star, the utility, said Thursday on data from the Silicon Valley Leadership Group Energy Efficiency Center at the Summit Sunnyvale, California. Mark Bramfitt, principal […]

Green Grid Calls for Adoption of Green Tactics

19 February, 2016 – 4:32 am |

The Green Grid (www.thegreengrid.org), 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, […]

EvoSwitch Endorses EU Energy Efficiency Program

10 February, 2016 – 4:33 pm |

Operator of European data center EvoSwitch (www.evoswitch.com) said Tuesday it has signed the Code of Conduct on the efficiency of data centers energy. European data centers that have signed this agreement are obliged to reduce its energy consumption by 20 percent by 2020. EvoSwitch says it “substantially exceeds” guidelines for energy conservation as outlined in […]

trash the solution to tackling climate change?

9 February, 2016 – 4:36 pm |

The conversion of waste landfills filling the world with biofuels may be the answer to both the growing energy crisis and to address carbon emissions, say scientists in Singapore and Switzerland. A new study published in Global Change Biology: Bioenergy, reveals how to replace petrol with biofuels processed from waste could reduce global carbon emissions […]

Power grid chief touts electric-car payback

24 January, 2016 – 4:32 am |

U.S. chief Jon Wellinghoff network is promoting energy saving long term costs for electric cars, saying that the vehicles could earn $ 1,500 a year paybacks for their owners when their batteries are connected to the mains. While electric cars provided to the U.S. market in the coming years are likely to carry heavier price […]

Data Center Pulse work showcased at the SVLG Energy Efficiency Summit

18 January, 2016 – 4:38 am |

Pulse Data Center Inc. (DCP), today announced it has partnered with the Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) to participate in the 2009 Data Center Energy Efficiency (DCEE) summit held on the campus of NetApp in Sunnyvale , California on 15 October 2009. The 2009 Summit SVLG DCEE project is based on data center demonstration to […]

BCS Launches New Green IT Certification Program

16 January, 2016 – 4:32 pm |

BCS British Organization (www.bcs.org) said Monday it has launched a new Green IT qualification (www.bcs.org / GreenIT) designed to help IT professionals and businesses to obtain a thorough understanding of the environmental issues around IT. After a successful test run three months in the UK with learning supplier of quality control services, BCS’s Foundation Certificate […]

NTT America’s Ashburn Facility Certified LEED Gold

18 December, 2015 – 4:33 pm |

The telecommunications provider NTT America (www.nttamerica.com) announced Wednesday that its data center in Ashburn, Northern Virginia has earned a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (www.usgbc.org). LEED is a rating system for green building developed by the USGBC and is a benchmark nationally recognized for design, construction […]

Dedicated Server Firm, Green Geeks, Recognized by EPA

17 December, 2015 – 4:32 pm |

The Geeks Green has purchased green energy company and will join the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Green Power Partnership. Green Geeks, LLC is buying more than 48,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually, which is enough green power to cover 300 percent of the organizations that purchased electricity use. Green Geeks, LLC is purchasing renewable […]

Fortune Participates in PG&E Energy Program

22 August, 2015 – 4:32 am |

Premium wholesale info center space for company clients supplier, Fortune Info Centers, has instituted energy potency measures as a part of the firm’s collaboration in PG and E’s High Tech Energy Potency program. John Sheputis, Chairperson of Fortune Info Centers mentioned ”We are decisively committed to energy potency while minimizing our effect on the environment, […]

LEED Platinum Certification Awarded to ACT

9 August, 2015 – 4:34 am | One Comment

Info center operator ACT asserted on Mon. that its new information center has been awarded LEED Platinum level validation by the US Green Building Council. The validation makes ACT’s info center the 1st in public claimed LEED Platinum licensed info center in the country and the 1st LEED Platinum authorized building of any type in […]

PG&E Gives $900K Incentive to Fortune Data Centers

3 August, 2015 – 4:33 pm |

Fortune’s collusion in PGE’s hitech Energy Potency program has saved enough energy to save 10,448,592 KW a year, which is like powering 1,500 houses yearly or the reduction of 4,200 tons of CO2, as figured out by PGE. PGE’s hi-tech Energy Potency program provides technical services and research of energy potency measures to firms like […]

IPOWER, Develops Green Practices Site

29 July, 2015 – 4:33 pm |

Web hosting services for people and home businesses, IPOWER, has displayed a 100% carbon neutral web site featuring a recently designed layout, to provide simpler access to its tools, services and offerings.   We would have liked to give them a chance to cut back their carbon footprint by hosting their sites on servers powered […]

IPOWER’s Newly Designed Green Website

19 July, 2015 – 4:32 pm |

The new internet site also includes a remodeled FileManager tool, letting customers upload and manage site files and directories in a more “user-friendly interface”. The web host has additionally revised many FileManager features for improved usability. But maybe the most prominent feature behind the new web site is that it is powered entirely by wind […]

Sentilla Tool Consolidates Energy Information

23 June, 2015 – 4:32 am |

The latest offering offers a granular view of energy info at the hardware level, as well as a consolidated view of power use of all of the equipment in the info center. IT executives can now gather all of the energy info in the info center, whether from Sentilla’s Power research Unit or other, third […]

Tapping the Earth’s Energy

10 June, 2015 – 4:34 am |

Sue Servant decided it was time to chop the twine on carbon-based fuels.   So when her aging gas furnace required replacing, she turned to the Earth for a solution. She installed a geothermal system–also called a ground-source heat pump, a water-source heat pump, or geo-exchange system–which lately started heating and cooling her Cambridge, Mass. […]

Your Search Footprint on the Enviroment

3 June, 2015 – 4:32 pm |

Worried about the carbon footprint of your Google searches? A Harvard Varsity physicist asserts an everyday search on a desktop PC generates about seven grams of CO2. So , performing 2 searches is comparable to bringing a kettle to boil, according to a brief Sun. in The Times of London. While that won’t sound like […]

Fortune Data Center Gains Direct Access to Energy Sources

31 March, 2015 – 4:32 pm |

San Jose, CA – Fortuna data centers, which provides the premium wholesale data center space for corporate clients, announced today that the company has received approval from Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG & E) to transfer Direct Access (DA) energy service, which allows eligible customers of PG & E’s competitive electricity supply directly from […]

UK Government’s Reformed Carbon Reduction Plan

29 March, 2015 – 4:32 am |

The decision by the UK government last week to keep the revenue from the carbon reduction commitment Recycling Energy Efficiency Plan rather than between the parties has outraged many companies and organizations. Many companies, including Digital Realty Trust, Interxion, Equinix, TelecityGroup, SunGard, Savvis and HP have already spoken about the program recently renovated. They argue […]

Fortune Data Centers Broadens Energy Choices, Expanding San Jose Facility

25 March, 2015 – 4:33 pm |

Data center operator Fortune Data Centers (www.fortunedatacenters.com) announced Tuesday that it has been approved by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (www.pge.com) to transfer the power to direct access service. As a result, customers of PG & E will now be eligible for competitive source of electricity directly from energy suppliers to PG & E that […]

UK Government Turns Carbon Reduction Plan into “Green Tax”

24 March, 2015 – 4:35 am |

The UK government announced last week that it now plans to keep the revenue from the carbon reduction commitment Energy Efficiency Plan in place to recycle the money through discounts to the participating companies, according to data from the Center Knowledge. The government says that the sudden decision to restructure the program and keep the […]