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Chloride ‘Endorser’ For Data Centre Code

6 September 2010

European Commission awards Chloride Endorser Status for the European Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency

Chloride, one of the world’s leading suppliers of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems and services, today announced that it has officially been awarded the title of Endorser Status for the European Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency. The European Commission awarded Chloride this prestigious accolade on the basis of the efficiency capabilities, state-of-the-art technology and premium power protection achieved by its Trinergy UPS.

“Becoming a European Code of Conduct Endorser is a great honour for us as it further demonstrates our ongoing commitment and proactive approach to energy efficient solutions and environmental sustainability,” commented Chloride’s Systems’ Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Emiliano Cevenini. “Chloride was the first to sign the European Code of Conduct on Energy Efficiency and Quality of AC UPS Systems, with the aim of minimising UPS energy consumption. We have long respected the code in developing our products, and Trinergy takes this commitment to the next level.”

The aim of the European Commission is to inform and stimulate data centre operators and owners to reduce energy consumption in a cost-effective manner without hampering the mission critical function of data centres. The Code of Conduct aims to achieve this by improving understanding of energy demand within the data centre, raising awareness, and recommending energy efficient best practices and targets, which could lead to a reduction in energy consumption by data centres in Europe of up to 20%.

Trinergy actively contributes to the Code of Conduct’s goals to reduce energy consumption and the related economic and environmental knock-on effects it has in data centres through its reduced carbon footprint, modularity and redundancy capabilities, minimised Total Cost of Ownership and CAPEX optimisation.

“Trinergy is able to provide the exact compensation necessary by intelligently choosing the most efficient means of compensating disturbances, hence using only the necessary energy, achieving a 4% to 7% greater efficiency than the standard UPS,” explained Emiliano Cevenini. “Its unique architecture and technology allows it to achieve an average working efficiency of 97.9% in typical data centre conditions, resulting in outstanding energy and running cost savings.”

The expert knowledge and experience derived from Chloride’s R&D centres has enabled the organisation to understand, track and anticipate market needs. As a result, it has developed a number of benchmark solutions dedicated to reducing energy consumption, particularly in data centres.

For more information about Chloride visit: www.chloridepower.com
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