Bluestone Energy’s Director of Lighting Gabriel Andreson recently wrote an article for EDC Magazine titled “Evaluating LED Technology”, in which he reviews the ways facility managers and other buyers of LED technologies should evaluate the offerings in the marketplace. From the article: n order to better evaluate LED technology, there are a few key concepts that must be understood: Luminous Efficacy – This is defined as the number of lumens generated per watt of electricity […]
Bluestone Energy’s Director of Data Center Services Coy Stine recently wrote an article for infoTECH Spotlight titled “Cooling the cloud” about the challenges the architecture of the cloud brings to traditional cooling paradigms. From the article: According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce), cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, […]
Lighting improvements slash energy consumption at Capital Commercial Investments portfolio property; large utility incentive creates one-year ROI NORWELL, Mass.–August 10, 2011(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bluestone Energy Services, LLC, a leader in energy conservation engineering and project development services for industrial and commercial clients, announced today that its lighting project for the 495 Business Center will provide an 800,000 kWh reduction in annual electrical consumption – exceeding original savings estimates. “We look forward to partnering with Bluestone Energy on […]
At the DatacenterDynamics conference in San Francisco last week, Intel presented results from a proof-of-concept it conducted with Future Facilities, which develops CFD (computational fluid dynamics) software for simulating airflow. The test showed that the on-chip sensors allow CFD tools to model more accurately how air is moving in a data center, and also to predict more accurately how new IT equipment will affect airflow, said Akhil Docca, engineering and product manager at Future Facilities. […]
This Whitepaper written for InformationWeek and Hurricane Electric explores how to make a smooth transition to IPv6, including recommendations on how to make sure a data center will be fully prepared. Click here to read the full Whitepaper.
Continued demand for industrial and data center conservation projects drives Bluestone Energy to expand workforce in Baltimore, Boston and Chicago NORWELL, Mass.–June 22, 2011(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bluestone Energy Services, LLC, a leader in energy conservation engineering and project development services for industrial and commercial clients, announced today that it is significantly expanding its staff with the addition six new members to its business development, sales and operations workforce. “Bluestone Energy is thrilled to add these new members […]
Coy Stine will participate in two panels and will discuss cost-effective data center efficiency, navigating the utility incentive process and data center retrofit strategies NORWELL, Mass.–May 16, 2011(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bluestone Energy Services, a leading provider of energy-conservation engineering services for industrial and commercial clients, announced today that its director of data center services, Coy Stine, will be speaking at the second annual Financing, Investing and Real Estate Development Conference for Data Centers hosted by the Information […]
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