Data Center Energy Efficiency
Technical Assistance Partnership Agreements for Federal Data Centers
FEMP helps Federal agencies achieve greater data center energy efficiency, and offers technical assistance through partnership agreements. Additional information on FEMP data center partnership agreements is available, including a form and next steps.
The Federal Government is leading by example to alleviate the burden of growing data center energy consumption. FEMP plays a critical role in the execution of that leadership.
FEMP participates in the Department of Energy (DOE) data center initiative, which also includes the DOE Industrial Technologies Program's Save Energy Now in Data Centers Program and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. This group develops tools and resources to make data centers more efficient throughout the United States.
Specifically, FEMP supports data center efficiency initiatives by encouraging Federal agencies to adopt best practices, construct energy-efficient data centers, and educate energy managers and information technology professionals. FEMP has teamed with the General Services Administration to develop a Quick Start Guide and offer workshops. FEMP also leads the Federal Partnership for Green Data Centers to facilitate dialogue between agencies.
These resources are outlined in the following pages:
FEMP supports the Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Working Group and leads the DOE Data Center Energy Efficiency Working Group. For additional information, contact Will Lintner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-586-3120.