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Step 5: Initiation Onsite MeetingBegin the onsite activities with an initiation meeting with all stakeholders to review theassessment scope and onsite activities and to introduce the assessor to the lead team.Collect Participant List (see Appendix I)Document the following participant information:Name and titleCompanyAddressPhone number and email address.Overview Presentation by the AssessorThe initial meeting is an energytraining-assessment in that the assessment lead teamshould be an active participant in the assessment. Creating the ability for replication is akey goal of the energy assessment.The general framework of the energy assessment should be established.Assessment scopeOnsite activitiesRole of the assessorData Center Energy Efficiency ToolkitField measurementRoadmap developmentPreliminary findings meetingPost-assessment activitiesThe energy assessment is not a fault-finding activity but rather is designed to:Share knowledgeProvide toolsTeach energy management best practicesIdentify opportunities for improvementIdentify opportunities for replicationSafety, Health, and Environmental TrainingPerform the safety, health, and environmental training identified in Step 4.Site TourConduct a brief site tour to familiarize the assessor with the data center facility. This is anexcellent opportunity to ask and answer questions.
13Develop Detailed Work PlanDevelop a detailed work plan by agreeing on potential energy efficiency opportunities toinvestigate, metrics to be analyzed, and measurement plan to be implemented. The off-site compilation of information (Step 4) should provide an excellent starting point forestablishing required field measurements. The actual measurements are taking placeduring the fundamental investigations (Step 7).Assign Roles and ResponsibilitiesWith the site lead, assign roles and responsibilities among the members of the assessmentteam according to the Detailed Work Plan.Step 6: Training of Lead Team to Allow ReplicationData Center Energy Efficiency ToolkitWhile performing the onsite assessment (Step 7), the assessorshould train theassessment lead team so that they sufficiently understand the toolkit, including theassociated data collection of required input data. It is beneficial for the site lead tocomplete some of the analysis with the assessor. At the end of the onsite assessment, it ishoped that the site lead will be able to replicate the investigations.Energy Management Best PracticesIdentification of energy management best practices is an important part of a successfulassessment. While performing the onsite assessment (Step 7), the assessor shouldhighlight and transfer energy management best practice knowledge to the lead team.

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Term
Spring
Professor
John Smith
Tags
Energy, Potential Energy, Data center

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