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Subzero is pleased to announce that the chairperson of the Data Center World Conference suggests our talk on Energy Rebates as one of the top 13 sessions to attend.

Subzero is pleased to announce that the chairperson of the Data Center World Conference suggests our talk on Energy Rebates as one of the top 13 sessions to attend.

Larry Mainers, CEO of Subzero Engineering will be giving a session explaining “How to Apply and Receive Utility Rebates with Environmental Monitoring Systems”. This case study will show how a California data center received a large rebate from PG&E after DCEP trained experts implemented a wireless monitoring system that provided key before and after data needed to verify the energy savings to the utility company.

Please join us and see how Subzero’s DCEP trained engineers can assist you through the entire energy rebate process.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
10:30 – 11:30 am
FAC 3.1
How to Apply and Receive Utility Rebates with Environmental Monitoring Systems
Presented by: Larry Mainers, CEO, Subzero Engineering

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Utility Rebates & Energy Effeciency

Utility Rebates & Energy Effeciency

Virtustream receives energy rebate from Pacific Gas and Electric Company

San Francisco
Virtustream’s efforts to reduce cooling energy consumption paid off handsomely this past week as PG&E awarded the enterprise class cloud solution provider a large utility rebate. Virtustream tasked Subzero Engineering to provide airflow management in the form of aisle based containment, rack enclosures, and a wireless environmental monitoring system called PolarXpress. This resulted in a lower supply temperature at the rack, which in turn lead to safely increasing CRAC temperature set points. During this time, Virtustream even added several new servers. The overall energy savings was 544,521.5 kWh!

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“Ready for the Future”

Host.net a multinational provider of managed infrastructure services has just finished a final stage of a year long initiative to increase efficiency in their data centers. The Boca Raton based company is now able to offer more power per cabinet than competitors due to the recent installation of a cold aisle containment system from Subzero Engineering. Lenny Chesal, Host.net’s CMO, stated ” The CAC project is the final stage of a year-long initiative to increase efficiency in our data centers and meets the growing demand for power density furthering our commitment to green data center technology”. Subzero Engineering was chosen as the CAD provider due to their cutting edge manufacturing, superior fit and finish and incredible durability. Combined with the experience of installing over 1,500 systems world-wide another key value add is their US based customer support team that stands behind every solution they deploy.

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