Energy efficiency

Energy efficient solutions for critical infrastructure facilities

Energy efficiency assessment

Companies that deploy an energy-efficient facility now can expect ROI much sooner than those who will wait for another year or two. The advantage of such companies is a head start, which is crucial in the business environment. Each larger company faces energy constraints, which may ultimately limit business growth. Energy-efficient solutions and services we implement bring a high added value to our customers.

The in-depth analysis shows the current state of the support infrastructure‘s energy utilization and considers the pros and cons of each installation. Next step is to propose remedy actions to eliminate identified issues, and finally to increase the efficiency of the infrastructure operation in areas of concern. The goal of the analysis is to provide information to data centre manager and helps to determine the direction of the future development. It establishes the range of adjustments necessary to achieve the desired objective, which is to reduce the operation costs. Given the fact that the analysis is done for the already existing facilities, its results reflect the situation in the time of measurement and don’t take into account any subsequent changes.

When it comes to data centre energy efficiency and technology assessment, Systeming focuses on quality and the final value of the document, which provides the user with the evaluation of the current state of operation as well as suggestions for the future development, using the most powerful technical tools – thermography (thermal camera), the temperature map of the environment and the CFD analysis.

These tools are used worldwide and their combination is the only way how to get the realistic assessment of the conditions in the centre or technology room and the options for its future growth.

The result of the energy efficiency assessment is not just a mathematical calculation based on the information provided. It is also a measurement (thermal) used as an input data for the CFD software, which realistically evaluates the current conditions and gives prospective suggestions.