This presentation Session I from the RSF Workshop discusses the unique energy efficiency features and performance of the Research Support Facility.
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This presentation from Session III from the RSF Workshop discusses the cost considerations associated with designing, building, and operating the Research Support Facility.
An energy-efficient data center includes targets for its power usage effectiveness (<1.2) and energy resource efficiency (< 0.9). It should be designed with hot isle–cold isle separation, use free cooling (economizer) and evaporative cooling when available, minimize fan energy, and use the most energy-efficient equipment possible.
This presentation Session II from the RSF Workshop discusses the performance-based design-build process, which was used to procure and construct the Research Support Facility.
The Advanced Energy Design Guide for Large Hospitals shows that existing reliable technologies and design philosophies can be used to reduce energy use in large hospitals by up to 50% of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2004 recommendations.