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PUE – Power Utilisation Effectiveness &      Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA)      Richard Symons      Data Centre Special...
Agenda                  ● HOW IS ENERGY EFFICIENCY DEFINED?                  ● POWER AND COOLING EFFICIENCY CALCULATIONS  ...
How is efficiency defined?    Power usage effectiveness (PUE) and Data Center infrastructure efficiency (DCIE)     PUE is...
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Enhanced Capital Allowance for energy-      saving technologies    ●         The Carbon Trust manages the Energy Technolog...
ETL – Technology Groups              ● Air-to-air energy recovery              ● Automatic monitoring and targeting equipm...
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FINANCIAL GAINS FOR CUSTOMER      DUE TO ECA SCHEME      ●EXAMPLE of ECA claim : If Client X made a profit of       £100,0...
FINANCIAL GAINS FOR CUSTOMER      DUE TO ECA SCHEME      ● Usual rate of capital allowance for plant and machinery is     ...
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Designing Next Generation Data Centres
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Designing Next Generation Data Centres

  1. 1. Data Explosion• 1bn new web pages created daily• Data creation to increase 5-fold in 2 years• Enterprise storage requirements increase 50% every year• Video expected to be 50% of internet traffic by 2012
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  8. 8. Catalyst 6509-V-E Nexus 554816
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  13. 13. 2 cores = Appliance 1 - UCS C210-M2 CPU 1 CPU 2 UCM – Pub & TFTP Unity Connection UCM – Subscriber Presence Core 1 Core 2 Core 3 Core 4 Core 1 Core 2 Core 3 Core 4 Appliance 2 - UCS C210-M2 CPU 1 CPU 2 UCM – Subscriber Unity Connection UCM – Subscriber Presence Core 1 Core 2 Core 3 Core 4 Core 1 Core 2 Core 3 Core 421
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  17. 17. Equipment Quantity Size in U Typical Power Max BTUVSS Cat 6509-VE 2 21 1558.70w 6469.53 Nexus 5548 2 1 390w <1998 Nexus 2248 2 1 110w 322 Nexus 2232 2 1 270w 806 UCS210-M2 2 2 343w 1168 Total Per DC 25 2671.7 10763.53 Site Total 50 5343.4 21527.06 Equipment Quantity Size in U Typical Power Max BTU Cat 6509-VE 2 21 1558.70w 6469.53Cat 6509-VE DC 2 21 3395.28w 17051.29 MCS-7845 4 2 257w 875 MCS-7835 4 2 189w 645 Total Per DC 50 5845.98 26560.82 Site Total 100 11691.96 53121.6425
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  22. 22. PUE – Power Utilisation Effectiveness & Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) Richard Symons Data Centre Specialist June 2011.All content in this presentation is protected – © 2008 American Power Conversion Corporation
  23. 23. Agenda ● HOW IS ENERGY EFFICIENCY DEFINED? ● POWER AND COOLING EFFICIENCY CALCULATIONS ● ECA IS FOR ENERGY SAVING TECHNOLOGY ● WHAT QUALIFIES ? ● ENERGY TECHNOLOGY LIST ( ETL) ● HOW CAN CUSTOMER CLAIM ECA ?APC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  24. 24. How is efficiency defined? Power usage effectiveness (PUE) and Data Center infrastructure efficiency (DCIE)  PUE is a ratio of total power coming into the data center to the power going to the IT.  For example if it takes 1.5 times as much energy to run your data center as than is required to for just the IT equipment.  DCIE is represented as a percentage of IT load power divided by total data center power, and is the inverse of PUE.  Higher DCIE values indicate a more efficient data center.APC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  25. 25. ● Vary parameters ● Experiment with “What if” Data Center Capital Cost ● Make tradeoffs Power/cooling efficiency Carbon footprint Make informed decisions BEFORE you invest in your data centerAPC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  26. 26. Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) Scheme for Energy Saving TechnologiesAPC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  27. 27. Enhanced Capital Allowance for energy- saving technologies ● The Carbon Trust manages the Energy Technology List (ETL) and promotion of the ECA scheme on behalf of Government. ● To help bring about a low carbon economy and reduce UK CO2 emissions by: 1. Influencing the design, availability, and uptake of the most energy-efficient equipment types within the remit of the scheme; 2. Promoting the ETL as a principal procurement tool for designers, specifiers and purchasers interested in energy-saving capital equipment.APC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  28. 28. ETL – Technology Groups ● Air-to-air energy recovery ● Automatic monitoring and targeting equipment ( ● Boilers ● CHP ● Compact heat exchangers ● Compressed air equipment ● Heat pumps for space heating ● HVAC Equipment ● Lighting ● Motors and Drives ● Pipe insulation Businesses may claim ● Refrigeration equipment 100% first-year capital ● Solar thermal systems allowance ● Warm air and radiant heaters ● Uninterruptable Power SupplyAPC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  29. 29. More information from . . . ● ECA Scheme for energy-saving technologies Information for purchasers - www.eca.gov.uk/energy - Carbon Trust Advice Line on 0800 085 2005 or email customercentre@carbontrust.co.uk ● HM Revenue & Customs ● www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/camanual/CA23100.htm ● Tel: 020 7147 2541APC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  30. 30. FINANCIAL GAINS FOR CUSTOMER DUE TO ECA SCHEME ●EXAMPLE of ECA claim : If Client X made a profit of £100,000 during current tax year and had purchased ECA certified UPS project worth £70,000 during the same tax year, then Client X will pay tax on £30,000 (£100,000 less £70,000) only, instead of £100,000 ●** UPS Project cost benefit includes : UPS systems, delivery & offloading including craneage, direct install cost covering cabling, battery build, project management, any site modifications and UPS project specific professional fees too.APC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  31. 31. FINANCIAL GAINS FOR CUSTOMER DUE TO ECA SCHEME ● Usual rate of capital allowance for plant and machinery is 20% p.a. on sliding scale basis and is spread over a number of years. ●However with ECA the customer is allowed by HMRC to use up the full cost of the UPS project ** as capital allowance within the first year of purchase. ●This ECA scheme indirectly boosts the cash flow for the customer for the first year. ●The ECA allowance is written off against customer’s own taxable profit.APC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  32. 32. Questions?APC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
  33. 33. Nick Morris, NextiraOne Senior Design ConsultantAPC by Schneider Electric – Giles Pattison – 7th April 2011
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  48. 48. Financials Objectives & Strategy ArchitectureOperations Applications & DataOrganisation (people & processes)
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  50. 50. € Sales in 2010 Direct sales and service presence in 16 countries Services Employees Service Experts Customers Fortune Euro Top 100 Companies

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