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The European Programme for Energy Efficiency in Data Centres: Code of Conduct

Presentation Aims:

- To raise awareness among managers, owners, investors, with targeted information and material on the opportunity to improve efficiency.

- To provide an open process and forum for discussion representing European stakeholder requirements.

- To create and provide an enabling tool for industry to implement cost-effective energy saving opportunities

- To develop a set of easily understood metrics to measure the current efficiencies and improvement.

- To produce a common set of principles in harmonisation with other international initiatives.

- To support procurement, by providing criteria for equipment (based on the Energy Star Programme specifications, when available, and other Codes of Conducts), and best practice recommendation for complex systems.
Recorded Apr 26 2012 45 mins
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