Energy expenditures account for the vast majority of the operating costs during a data centre lifetime, and this fact is becoming critical in order to ensure business profitability.
This 2-day green data centre design course will equip participants with in-depth knowledge of SS564 and Green Mark for New and Existing Data Centre. It will also include design best practices and case studies to empower participants with knowledge and ideas to green their data centres
Data Centre (DC) Overview and Trends
SS564 - 2020
GM2019 for new & existing DC
Chiller plant M&V and controls
DC electrical system design
DC Air Conditioning System Design
Uptime Institute Tier design
DC Performance Monitoring
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
Understand Green data centre standards such as Green Mark for new and existing data centres
Apply the best practices in chiller plant, computer room air-conditioning, lighting and uninterruptible power system design
Optimise, monitor and maintain the data centres at peak energy efficiency
All participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance from SEAS upon completion.
SCEM Participants will be awarded with 14 PDU Points
Mr Steven Kang has been involved in the design of hyper-efficient HVAC system for Platinum rated Green Buildings and has been invited to sit in the advisory committee of Platinum rated green buildings. He spoke at various forums on HVAC designs, energy optimisation and green buildings. He has been appointed to assess the design of new data centres as well as audit and improve the energy efficiency of existing data centres.