Source: GE Brochure "PowerMOD Modular Containers 200kW-1500kW, 50/60 Hz"

Source: GE Brochure "PowerMOD Modular Containers 200kW-1500kW, 50/60 Hz"

DCK Webinar: Why 1% Efficiency Matters

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Join us Tuesday, September 9, at 2 p.m. EST for Why 1% Efficiency Matters. During this special one-hour webinar, Brad Thrash, Senior Product Manager at GE Critical Power, will discuss Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and why it’s important during each phase of data center design.

The presentation will further highlight why stakeholders involved in UPS data center projects should employ a TCO model throughout the process and ways for bringing together the seemingly divergent goals of purchasing and operational teams.

Webinar details

Title: Why 1% Efficiency Matters
Date: Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Time: 2 p.m. Easter/11 a.m. Pacific (duration, 60 minutes including time for Q&A)
Moderator: Bill Kleyman
Register: Sign up for the webinar

Following the presentation there will be a Q&A session with your peers and industry experts.

About the speaker

Brad Thrash is a product manager for GE’s Critical Power business and is responsible for AC Power Systems product line globally.

In his more than 25 years at GE, Brad has held leadership roles in various businesses, including GE’s Power Quality and Power Generation businesses. In these roles, he focused on application engineering, service engineering, sales and product management.

Brad holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering and is a licensed professional engineer. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Brad is also on the Power Sub Work Group of The Green Grid.

Sign up today and you will receive further instructions via email about the webinar. We invite you to join the conversation.

 

About the Author

Bri Pennington is a communications and social media specialist who serves as the director of content at Data Center Knowledge.

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