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    May 13, 2019 by Adam Fairbanks | 2 minute read

    Don’t Overlook Data Center Lighting

    Data centers are notorious for their inefficient use of energy. At the end of 2017, Forbes reported global data center electricity use to be about 416 terawatts (4.16x 1014 watts) or 3% of the...


    May 24, 2018 by Fairbanks Energy Services | 3 minute read

    Fairbanks Energy Services Helps Zayo Significantly Reduce Energy Consumption at Three zColo Data Centers

    Projects consisting of LED lighting, mechanical upgrades and dynamic airflow management will save zColo over 5 million kilowatt hours annually, while reclaiming lost capacity


    February 26, 2018 by Timothy Wilcox | 3 minute read

    Employee Insight: The Denver Data Center Market

    It’s not a secret that Denver and the Rocky Mountain Region has been experiencing substantial growth in data center and other tech related business. Whether building new facilities, expanding...


    October 3, 2017 by Fairbanks Energy Services | 3 minute read

    Fairbanks Energy Services Secures Validated Power Savings for vXchnge

    Installation of efficient lighting and modern controls leads to proven annual energy savings of 244,000 kWh for vXchnge’s Chappaqua, New York data center while also securing significant utility...


    September 26, 2017 by Shannon Shea | 2 minute read

    Photo Editorial: 2017 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit

    Fairbanks Energy Services sponsored the 2017 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit, 451 Research's premier event for the hosting, cloud computing, datacenter and Internet infrastructure sectors....


    August 29, 2017 by Fairbanks Energy Services | 3 minute read

    Fairbanks Energy Services Announces Silver Sponsorship of 451 Research's Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit

    Leading energy conservation firm will demonstrate benefits of efficiency initiatives for data centers and other industries at booth 31.


    June 27, 2017 by Adam Fairbanks | 3 minute read

    The Denser the Data Center, the Greater the Efficiency

    A dense data center does not inherently mean that it will have greater efficiency (typically, quite the opposite is true). However, implementing increased efficiency measures is necessary to the...