Data Center Efficiency Parallels Paper Recycling

Data Center Efficiency Parallels Paper Recycling

Mention data center on the first Earth Day 44 years ago today and most people might think of the public library, if they grasped the concept at all. In 1970, much of the concern about the environment included bulging landfills and the more than 44 … Read more…

UPS for Data Centers Market Strong

UPS for Data Centers Market Strong

The global data center uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) market is expanding as dependence on the centers for mission-critical applications grows. An improved investment landscape is further expanding the scope of the UPS market as organizations that withhold spending over the last few years and seeking … Read more…

Sensors Aid Efficient Building Research

Sensors Aid Efficient Building Research

Research in energy-efficient buildings is a burgeoning field, which has led to increased use of sensors in building applications. Green building construction has become easier with the advent of smart sensors and actuators, as information on local environment and occupancy enables building automation systems to … Read more…

Utilities Push Smart Technology on Residential Customers

Utilities Push Smart Technology on Residential Customers

Utilities have realized they can manage their assets a lot better if consumers would use power more prudently, and organizations, including Tennessee Valley Authority, are putting those ideas into action, according to research by Frost & Sullivan. Utilities have already got commercial and industrial customers … Read more…

Emerging Economies Poised to Increase Renewables Market Share

Emerging Economies Poised to Increase Renewables Market Share

There is clear evidence that emerging economies will gradually take a larger share of the renewable energy market, according to research by Frost & Sullivan. Economic development and revised energy priorities in the regions of Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa will drive a … Read more…

Inefficient Equipment Costing UK Companies $5.6 Billion Annually

Inefficient Equipment Costing UK Companies $5.6 Billion Annually

Analysis shows businesses across the UK could save more than £3.7 billion ($5.6 billion) annually by investing in energy-efficient equipment, Edie reports.

The research, released by the Energy Efficiency Financing scheme, shows the UK industrial sector alone is overspending by more than £2.2 billion ($3.3 billion) a year on energy.

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The Secret To Economic Success: Effective Energy Management

The Secret To Economic Success: Effective Energy Management

Effective energy management can help plants lower the energy cost per unit of product output, and provide a competitive edge during economic downturns, without cutting production levels, product quality or staff morale, reports Chemical Processing. According to the article, the best energy management programs essentially … Read more…

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