Green data center advice: Is LEED feasible?

By Matt Stansberry, Site Editor05
Source: Mar 2007
Green data center practices are on the docket for many data center managers in 2007. The experts at consulting and engineering firm Syska Hennessy Group recognized this trend and have formed a Green Critical Facilities Committee, sending many of its members to be trained under the U.S. Green Buildings Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. The USGBC’s LEED program is a voluntary rating system designed to encourage companies to build environmentally sustainable, high-performance buildings.

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