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Bluestone Energy’s Coy Stine writes article for Data Center Knowledge about retrofit strategies for data centers

Bluestone Energy’s Coy Stine writes article for Data Center Knowledge about retrofit strategies for data centers

Bluestone Energy’s Coy Stine, Director of Data Center Engineering, recently wrote about data center retrofit strategies in a piece for Data Center Knowledge. From the article: In these uncertain financial times, reducing data center operating costs has become a top corporate priority. Unfortunately, limited budgets often preclude efficiency initiatives that have high initial costs. An increasingly popular alternative approach involves leveraging technologies that improve the energy efficiency of existing equipment while minimizing up-front outlays and data-center […]

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Bluestone Energy’s Peter Fairbanks interviewed in Boston Business Journal

Bluestone Energy’s Peter Fairbanks interviewed in Boston Business Journal

Bluestone Energy’s President Peter Fairbanks was recently interviewed in the Boston Business Journal for their CEO Profile Segment. In the profile, Peter talks about Bluestone’s expansion and the energy conservation market. From the article: In 1990, Peter Fairbanks didn’t want to move to Connecticut for his job at an engineering company. So he started his own with his wife, Roberta, at the dining room table. At that time building-efficiency service companies were relatively rare, and […]

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Hurricane Electric profiled in Network World

Hurricane Electric was recently profiled in Network World. From the article: IPv6 is the long-anticipated upgrade to the Internet’s main communications protocol, known as IPv4. IPv6 features vastly more address space, built-in security and enhancements for streaming media and peer-to-peer applications. All carriers and enterprises must run IPv6 when IPv4 addresses are depleted, which is expected in 2012. Hurricane Electric claims to be the No. 1 IPv6 backbone in the world in terms of the number of […]

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Hurricane Electric’s Benny Ng interviewed for utility rebate piece in TechTarget.com

Hurricane Electric’s Benny Ng was recently interviewed for an article in TechTarget about their use of utility rebates in a recent upgrade. From the article:   Where did you get your incentives?  We put in a higher-[efficiency] (Eaton) UPS that cost more than the baseline UPS [uninterruptible power supply]. We’ll be getting a sizeable incentive on this. We did a skylight project. We had a bunch of skylights on the roof that we ripped out […]

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Bluestone Energy profiled in Baltimore Business Journal about recent expansion

Bluestone Energy was recently profiled in the Baltimore Business Journal about their recent addition of a Baltimore office. From the article: High electricity rates and local incentives for energy efficiency in Greater Baltimore have drawn a Massachusetts energy company to open an office here. Bluestone Energy Services of Norwell, Mass., opened what will initially be a small office with a regional staff of two salespeople, said Adam Fairbanks, Bluestone’s vice president for engineering and business development. But […]

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Bluestone Energy recently interviewed for Reuters article on energy conservation

Bluestone Energy was recently interviewed for an article on trends in energy conservation. From the article:   Of about 70 billion square feet (6.5 billion sq meters) of U.S. office space, as little as 1 billion square feet (93 million sq meters) have been retrofitted, Terzic said. To illustrate the potential, McKinsey & Co projected that U.S. investments of $520 billion in building efficiency through 2020 would yield $1.2 trillion in energy savings and reduce […]

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Hurricane Electric’s iPhone app for IPv4 countdown featured in CIO Magazine

Hurricane Electric’s new iPhone app that shows a countdown to when all the IPv4 numbers will be depleted was recently featured in CIO Magazine. From the Article:   here are a limited number of addresses left for Internet Protocol, version 4, the system that has powered the Internet since before the Web. After they have all been handed out, service providers and enterprises will have to make their systems work with the next version, IPv6, […]

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Hurricane Electric’s iPhone app for IPv4 countdown featured in The Web Host Industry Review

Hurricane Electric’s iPhone app for IPv4 countdown featured in The Web Host Industry Review

Hurricane Electric’s new iPhone app that shows a countdown to when all the IPv4 numbers will be depleted was recently featured at The Web Host Industry Review. From the Article:   In its latest efforts to educate the public about Internet Protocol version 4 address space depletion, IPv6-native Internet backbone and colocation provider Hurricane Electric (www.he.net) has announced the availability of its free IPv4 countdown App for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The majority of today’s Internet […]

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