Executive Order 13693 established aggressive goals for data center energy use. This course will
present best practices on energy efficiency in data centers.
This eTraining will go in depth on the energy savings opportunities in the cooling systems within a data center. The opportunities include optimizing traditional cooling systems, moving to liquid cooling systems, utilizing free cooling, and correcting humidity controls.
Dale Sartor, Department Head, Building Applications Team, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Read Bio
Dale Sartor heads the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Building Technologies Applications Team, which assists with the transfer of new and underutilized technology. He has over 35 years of professional experience in energy efficiency and renewable energy applications, including 10 years as a principal of an architecture and engineering company and 7 years as the head of LBNL's In-House Energy Management Program.
He oversees the Federal Energy Management Program's Center of Expertise for Data Centers. Dale has an AB in architecture and a master's degree in business administration. He is a licensed mechanical engineer and a licensed general building contractor.
Upon completing this course, you will learn to:
- Optimize traditional cooling systems;
- Evaluate different type of liquid cooling systems;
- Identify free cooling opportunities; and
- Understand humidity controls and efficiency.
NOTE: The executive order(s) cited in this course has/have been revoked and superseded by the latest executive order(s). For information on the latest federal energy and environmental policies, visit the Office of Federal Sustainability Council on Environmental Quality website.