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Green Design and O&M Practices for Technology and Hosting Facilities. Ben Pasley Manager, Lee Technologies, Inc. About Lee Technologies. Mission-Critical Infrastructure Services & Solutions Consulting Services (Audits, Design/Build, Commissioning & Integrated Systems Testing)

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Green Design and O&M Practices for

Technology and Hosting Facilities

Ben Pasley

Manager, Lee Technologies, Inc.

about lee technologies
About Lee Technologies
  • Mission-Critical Infrastructure Services & Solutions
    • Consulting Services (Audits, Design/Build, Commissioning & Integrated Systems Testing)
    • Product Integration (UPS, PDU, Generator, Switchgear, HVAC, etc.)
    • Operational Services (Operations/Maintenance, Monitoring, & Staffing)
  • Established in 1983, Headquartered in Fairfax, VA
    • Additional Staff in Atlanta, Tampa, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Richmond, San Francisco and Seattle
    • Founder & CEO, John C. Lee, IV is President NVTC
  • Over 700 Clients across the USA
energy efficient best practices
Energy Efficient Best Practices…
  • Have always been inherent to Lee’s best practices deployed over the mission critical facility life cycle
  • Optimize resource utilization
  • Mitigate risk to the environment and mission critical facilities system infrastructure on which core business processes depend
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Energy Efficient Best Practices
  • Design / Modeling
  • Equipment Selection
  • Right Sizing
  • System Control
  • Eliminate Obstructions
  • Hot-aisle/Cold-aisle
  • Perforated Tile Placement
  • Eliminate “Bypass” Air
  • Adjust and Balance the Air Systems
  • Tune the System Controls
  • Energy Benchmarking

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site infrastructure efficiency
Site Infrastructure Efficiency
  • A fundamental measure of data center efficiency is the ratio of the total power consumed by the facility infrastructure to the power used by the IT equipment load.
  • Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCiE) are defined as follows: *

PUE = Total Facility Power

IT Equipment Power

DCiE = 1 = IT Equipment Power x 100%

PUE Total Facility Power

*The Green Grid Data Center Power Efficiency Metrics: PUE and DCiE

Emerging Metrics: i.e., Data Center Energy Productivity (DCeP ); EPA Energy Star; benchmark developers

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Industry Best Practices Organizations

  • Lee Technologies Industry Memberships and Affiliations Addressing Data Center Energy Efficiency Issues

The Green Grid - a global consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems.  Defining and promotes the adoption of energy efficient standards, processes, measurements and technologies for improved data center perfomance

AFCOM - enables data center management professionals to share industry best practices by providing a forum for dissemination of critical information

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For more information…

Ben Pasley

[email protected]

www.leetechnologies.com

Thank You

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