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16 Sep, 2010

Cutting energy use by 20%

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye A couple of months ago I visited my colleagues in Budapest. During my stay, I was invited to take a tour of a local university where we visited an engineering studies building.  We ended up in a lab to see some equipment. As soon as I walked in, I got distracted because of the temperature in the lab. Why? Because we were visiting Budapest in the middle of a heat wave (it was about 38° celcius, 100° … Read More

Energy, HVAC, chill beam, UNC at Chapel Hill

28 Jul, 2009

Brighter Shade of Green

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye When talking about increasing energy efficiency in a data center, a lot of people stop listening because the issue of sacrificing uptime always rears up its head . Uptime should not even be a topic of discussion. It should be a given. Even in this day and age, many facilities just leave the thermostat at a low level because it’s a safe bet. But it’s not necessarily the right thing to do for the environment. … Read More

Energy, Physical Prototype, CFD, Airflow, Data Center, Efficient, Environmental Impact

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