HARC to host upcoming webinar on CHP in Data Centers – Reducing Costs and Improve Site Resilience
Date: Tuesday, March 5
Time: 11 a.m. - Noon
Data centers are increasingly concerned with power resilience for continuity of operations during outages that can occur with storm events or other causes. The drive improve efficiency and reduce cost is ever-present. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) offers both power resilience for confident emergency preparedness and energy efficiency essential for reducing energy costs.
CHP, also known as cogeneration, provides both electric power and thermal energy (heat) from a single on-site source, such as a turbine or reciprocating engine. The recovered waste heat from CHP can be used for cooling applications for data centers.
The application of combined heat and power (CHP) at data centers is proving to be a great opportunity to reduce energy costs, save money and improve the resilience of these facilities. There is considerable opportunity for the deployment of CHP across data centers. The Department of Energy’s Southcentral CHP Technical Assistance Partnership (CHP TAP), will be leading a webinar on the opportunities and applications of CHP at your data center. Please join us on March 5th at 11 am CST/11 am EST to learn about these CHP benefits and opportunities for your plant.
LEARN FROM AN EXPERT
- Learn about different CHP technologies
- Learn about federally funded Technical Assistance
- Free CHP screening of your facility
- Free 3rd party reviews of vendor proposals
- Hear case studies of operating CHP at hospitals from hospitals staff
- Current and future rebates, incentives and tax advantages available for customers that install CHP
Who should attend?
- Data Center Administrators
- Facility Managers
- Energy Managers
- Service/maintenance staff