Power Usage Effectiveness

By Chris SeveyEvents, Seminars



Enseva and Power Quality University will be hosting a Free General Power Quality Seminar on April 18th from 9:00AM – 12:00PM


About the Training

PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) is a nationally recognized rating system to help facility personnel assess how efficiently their Data Centers use energy. This class will cover industry standards and procedures on effectively measuring energy usage in the facility data center. This class will help the facility manager, It manager or corporate energy manager and technicians understand the metrics that determine a useful PUE measurement that can be used to improve the facility energy consumption. This class will not only discuss current standards, it will show what and where measurements need to be taken and how to use the data from these measurements to calculate a meaningful PUE. This seminar covers… The definition of PUE How to define a Data Center for PUE Problems with establishing PUE Data “Three Part Methodology” of PUE calculation Separation of Data Center Resources Identifying Data Center equipment to measure How to measure PUE Conflicting PUE concepts Pulling it all together


Who Should Attend

This seminar is designed for: Electrical Contractors, Facility Managers, Network Specialists & Engineers, Data Center Managers or anyone responsible for power quality in your facility or facility designs.


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