- A Data Center tenant just moved in - can I get a score now or do I have to wait a year?
- A Data Center tenant just moved out - can I get a score now or do I have to wait a year?
- Are cooling loads accounted for in the Data Center Score?
- Can I get a score (and certification) if my Data Center is not separately metered?
- Can I get a score for my Data Center located within a property?
- Can I get an ENERGY STAR score using Data Center Energy Estimates?
- Does the timeframe for my IT Energy meter bills need to match my other meter's bills?
- How do I add an IT energy meter?
- How do I meter my Data Center for certification?
- How do I reclassify a Property Use incorrectly entered as Data Center?
- How do I use Data Center Energy Estimates?
- How does a Data Center meet Indoor Air Quality standards?
- I'm getting an alert about my IT energy meter. Why?
- My data center is already sub-metered. Can I use this for IT Energy?
- My data center moved out. How do I remove it from my property?
- Should I subtract the energy from my IT Energy meter from my main energy meter?
- What are the default values for Data Centers?
- What dataset was used to create the ENERGY STAR score for Data Center?
- What is PUE? UPS System Redundancy? Cooling Equipment Redundancy?
- What is the definition of Data Center?
- What should be included in a Data Center's GFA?
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