Today: A new software-as-a-service building efficiency startup; data center energy sourcing is in the news; and HP bets big on energy monitoring and carbon accounting. Also, elastic clouds explained.
Enjoy today’s links!
Retroficiency: Software for Cutting the Fat Out of Retrofits – Greentech Media
Retroficiency, a building efficiency SaaS startup, emerges with $800K in funding.
Explaining The Green Grid’s Data Center Maturity Model – Uptime Institute | YouTube
Video: Harkeeret Singh discusses The Green Grid’s new Data Center Maturity Model. Watch below.
Does it matter what sort of electricity powers your data center? – GreenTech Pastures | ZDNet
I think you know what I think. If not, here are my thoughts on energy sourcing.
HP expands energy and carbon monitoring services – Network World
Ballmer: Kinect Is The Future Of Cloud Computing – Forbes Blogs
GE to build $40 million smart grid tech center in Ontario – Smart Grid News
I’m being told that the clouds are elastic, but what does it mean? – SmartCompany
SSD vs. HDD: How low will hard drives go? – CNET
HP Announces Multimillion-Dollar Next-Generation Data Centre In Waikato, New Zealand – Voxy.co.nz
Catriona Harris Speaks at Renewable Energy World – Vantage Communications | YouTube
Video: Woot, an ecoSocial link! Vantage Communications’ Catriona Harris discusses how clean energy and greentech firms can navigate the world of social media. Watch below.
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