The latest version of the standard has more aggressive goals, is customized regionally and to market sectors and features better user interfaces.
WTE approaches are getting a second look as companies seek to cut down on methane emissions and shy away from landfills.
An energy standard for datacenters has been published by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). ANSI/ASHRAE 90.4-2016, “Energy Standard for Data Centers,” establishes, according to the organization, minimum energy efficiency requirements of datacenter design and construction. It also helps set standards for the operational planning and maintenance and utilization of onsite …Continue Reading
Energy managers are perfectly positioned to help get rid on what no longer is needed — from old food to old PCs — in efficient and environmentally sound ways.
The international program is coming to the United States — and invites commercial building tenants to participate in assessments.
The administration is moving forward with datacenter energy efficiency measures aggressively. That’s important for the government — and beyond.
Smart lighting goes way beyond simple LEDs by providing actionable data on building performance. The next step is for facilities to use the technology to deeply integrate with the municipal and residential sectors.
Portable air conditioners are not just for consumers. Facilities that use them are advised to pay attention as the DoE ramps up to regulate them.
The Tyco International de Mexico manufacturing facility has achieved ISO 50001:2011 certification, according to the company.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is an increasingly important tool for low-powered devices – those related to the Internet of Things (IoT) and others – as they push into every nook and cranny of a facility.