Over $100 Million Available to Improve Productivity and Your Bottom Line
Energy efficiency has the ability to help organizations become more economically competitive by reducing their operating costs while simultaneously lessening their environmental impact. The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Industrial and Process Efficiency (IPE) program offers performance based incentives to help data center owners and operators offset the cost of investments in energy efficiency and IT productivity projects in their data centers.
Con Edison and NYSERDA Data Center Partnership
The Data Center Efficiency Program [PDF] is a powerful new partnership to help data center customers in the Con Edison service territory reduce their energy usage, save on operating costs and cut greenhouse gas emissions through more efficient use of electricity. Under the new initiative, Con Edison and NYSERDA will work together to provide data centers with individualized and targeted technical assistance as well as up to $10 million in funding for energy efficiency initiatives that will generate as much as $8 million in annual energy savings.
To participate in the program, data centers can call 1-212-701-7222 or fill out the Customer Assistance Form [PDF] and send it to IPEOutreach@nyserda.ny.gov
NYSERDA Data Center Incentives
|Process and Energy Efficiency
|Operational & Maintenance (O&M)
||50% Project Cost
NYSERDA assists data center owners and operators through the following NYSERDA programs:
- FlexTech: Provides cost sharing to conduct energy studies, perform computational fluid dynamics and other airflow studies, develop energy and IT master plans, catalog existing servers and applications, perform lean assessments and evaluate IT system improvements.
- DCEEF [PDF]: The Data Center Energy Efficiency Framework (DCEEF) is a set of best practices for reducing data center energy consumption. The framework reflects extensive input on proven energy-reduction technologies and strategies from data center professionals, vendors, and industry experts. Download a free copy [PDF] of the DCEEF.
Examples of energy savings projects that may be implemented through these programs include, but are not limited to:
|Air Flow Management
||Next Generation Servers
|Use of Waste Heat
||Server Load Prioritization and Optimization
|UPS System Upgrades
For example projects, see our Data Center case studies.
How to Get Started
The IPE team will work with you to identify projects, visit your site, meet with your team and assist with the application process.
To begin working with a member of the IPE Team contact us or fill out a Consolidated Funding Application.
NYSERDA has retained Data Center Outreach Contractors to assist data centers with the IPE Program.