ADC Awarded First Platinum LEED Certification for Data Center

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The thing about data centers is they aren’t ve
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ry interesting. They’re just buildings filled with computers, which makes them somewhat boring. But what makes the new  McClellan/Sacramento” href=”http://www.adatacenters.com/html/mcclellan.html” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>McClellan/Sacramento building by Advanced Data Centers cool (and green), is the fact that its developers  ADC” href=”http://www.enn.com/sci-tech/article/37880″ target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>have found a way to become more energy efficient, reducing its energy consumption by 25-30% of the industry standard. And it’s not just energy they’re saving – by using outside air to cool its interior, and planning a consumer based option for water cooling, ADC will be saving between $1.8 and $2 million. Although the building is currently under construction, ADC has already received LEED Platinum Pre-Certification, and plan to implement rain water saving features for landscape, bathroom, and cooling features. ADC just made data centers a little more interesting.

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