Michelle Souza

Michelle Souza

Michelle Souza is the Sr. Program Manager for Energy University, a free e-learning resource from Schneider-Electric. Unbiased and up-to-the-minute, Energy University offers over 200+ energy efficiency and data center courses that are available around the clock, in over 14 languages. In addition, courses are endorsed by over 22 professional and trade organizations globally for continuing education credits. Utilized worldwide by over 390,000 users and global companies, the courses provide product-neutral, critical information and guidance on improving energy efficiency in any organization. Ideally suited for individuals that seek to increase their knowledge of energy consumption, the management and monitoring of usage, and to modify and implement existing or new solutions. www.MyEnergyUniversity.com

Video: Behind the Scenes of Energy University

In a previous post, I discussed how Schneider Electric’s free online education program, Energy University was recently recognized with the prestigious Sustainable Energy Europe Award, presented during the 2014 EU… Read more »

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How To Ensure Your Data Center Cooling System Can Ride Out a Power Failure

Most data centers have some sort of backup power plan to protect IT equipment in the event of a power outage. Typically it involves the use of uninterruptible power supplies… Read more »

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Infographic: What Makes Energy University an Award-winning Education Program

As explained in a previous post, Schneider Electric’s free online education program, Energy University, was recently recognized with the prestigious Sustainable Energy Europe Award, presented during the EU Sustainable Energy… Read more »

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Energy University Offers a Primer on Data Center Cooling Options

On this blog site and elsewhere in data center circles you will routinely see coverage of cooling systems that typically assumes readers have a base level of knowledge about such… Read more »

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Learn Whether Room, Rack or Row-based Cooling is Best for Your Data Center

In a previous post, I wrote about a free Schneider Electric Energy University course that provides a primer on data center cooling systems, a good option for those who may… Read more »

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Learn How to Choose Among Room, Rack and Row-based Cooling at Energy University

With summer in full swing here in the U.S., it seems a good time to deliver the third post in our series, Fundamentals of Cooling Architecture, which maps to three… Read more »

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Proper Data Center Energy Management Starts with Using the Right Electrical Meter

Most every data center owner and operator is interested in conserving energy these days and in some cases, legislation requires it. Plenty of software exists to help track energy use… Read more »

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Summer is Here: Learn How to Maintain Proper Data Center Humidity at Energy University

As we enter the summer months here in the U.S., we’re likely to experience a phenomenon that many of us simply dread: excessive humidity. While humidity can put a damper… Read more »

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Top ten reasons to visit the 2014 Solar Decathlon Competition in Versailles

In my previous post, you learned that the 2014 Solar Decathlon competition is a unique competition in which teams from 20 universities around the world are asked to design, build, and operate solar-powered… Read more »

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Sustainability starts at home with the 2014 Solar Decathlon Competition

here is a growing trend among new home builders to consider not just street appeal, price, and location when they plan their new home, but also to consider sustainability.  Factors… Read more »

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