Energy Rebates

Tablets can operate at 50 to 1 back end appliance resulting in larger energy rebates
By July 27, 2011 Read More →

Tablets can operate at 50 to 1 back end appliance resulting in larger energy rebates

Tablets are creating a buzz everywhere with ease of use and portability. What is more significant is the potential energy savings and energy rebates that can be as much as 50% of the CapEx making the purchase of Tablets and back end appliances a must do. Enterprises will be able to service the demand from […]

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Developing an IT Project To Maximize Energy Rebates
By March 11, 2010 Read More →

Developing an IT Project To Maximize Energy Rebates

Energy savings projects for IT equipment or data center facility infrastructure can be applied for under these three energy rebate categories in most cases: 1. Non-Residential New Construction program; 2. Non-Residential Retrofit program; 3. Energy Savings Bid or Custom program. Utilities with actively funded IT energy rebate programs typically offer these three programs to match […]

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Origins of Energy Rebates Offered by Utilities
By March 11, 2010 Read More →

Origins of Energy Rebates Offered by Utilities

Under their Non-Residential New Construction (NRNC) program, PG&E has targeted energy savings toward the IT industry and other commercial businesses. Currently, dozens of utilities are emulating the PG&E program nationally, and many more plan to implement a program in 2010. A basis for the program is the Standard Performance Contract (SPC). SPC offers incentives to […]

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