Green Data Center Conference Returns to La Jolla, CA

Jan. 18, 2017
Early bird registration is open for the 8th Annual Green Data Center Conference 2017 until January 27th. This event is being held on February 21st-23rd at the San Diego Supercomputer Center in La Jolla, CA with the option to attend two live data center tours.

Early bird registration is open for the 8th Annual Green Data Center Conference 2017 until January 27th. This event is being held on February 21st-23rd at the San Diego Supercomputer Center in La Jolla, CA with the option to attend two live data center tours – free of charge! Every year, the Green Data Center Conference gathers some of the brightest speakers in the data center industry to present best practices and featured corporate case studies, including eBay, Yahoo!, LinkedIn, Cox Communications, EnergyStar, Groupon, and Ecolab.

Save the Date: The 8th Annual Green Data Center Conference Feb. 21-23, 2017

The Green Data Center Conference is a data center conference for energy efficiency and green building, with a program saturated with high profile case studies, valuable networking opportunities, and complimentary live facility tours. This conference assembles engineers, analysts, architects, facility designers, sustainability managers, researchers, corporate executives, investors, and industry thought leaders to discuss latest trends in data center retrofits and how to measure innovate strategies for improved efficiency. This year’s event will focus on implementation of energy efficiency strategies, emerging design trends, renewable energy procurement, and strategies to meet green standards efficiently.

Featured Speakers Include:
Serena DeVito, Data Center Engineer, eBay Inc.
Brett Illers, Sr. Program Manager of Energy & Sustainability Strategy, Yahoo! Inc.
Kevin Donovan, Data Center Manager, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Kelly Shea, Global Critical Sustainability Engineer, LinkedIn
Harmail Chatcha, Global Data Center Operations & Architecture, Groupon
Emilio Tenuta, Vice President of Corporate Sustainability, EcoLab
Richard Von Scherr, Sr. Director of Critical Facilities and Infrastructure, Cox Communications
Sara Cederberg, LEED Technical Director, U.S. Green Building Council
Tod Sword, Economic Development Consultant, Southern California Edison
Robert Huang, Data Center Design Specialist, Energy Star

Data Center Frontier readers can get a discount on registration when using this code: GDC2017. Click here to see the agenda, or to register.

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As publisher of Data Center Frontier, Kevin works with sponsors looking to build awareness, thought leadership and sales with innovators in the data center market.

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