PG&E Incentives for Energy Star Servers

By Rich Miller in Data Center Knowledge, October 16 2009

The government’s Energy Star for Enterprise Servers program offers a tool to help data center operators get the most bang for their kilowatts. Now California companies can make their server dollars go even farther, with the help of their local utility.

PG&E will soon begin offering financial incentives for companies that buy servers that have earned the Energy Star rating, according to Mark Bramfitt, who has headed PG&E’s outreach to data center customers. Bramfitt made the announcement Thursday at the Silicon Valley Leadership Group’s Data Center Energy Efficiency Summit in Sunnyvale, Calif.

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