A guide to understanding top-down DCIM, and why it matters
Dale SartorStaff Scientist and Engineer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dale Sartor, P.E., is a staff scientist and engineer at LBNL where he focuses on building efficiency technology applications. He leads projects to develop and transfer new technology and stimulate the use of underutilized technology. Mr. Sartor has an AB in Architecture, and a Masters in Business Administration. He is a licensed Mechanical Engineer, and a licensed General Building Contractor.
He has over forty years of professional experience in energy efficiency and renewable energy applications including ten years as a principal of an architecture and engineering company, and seven years as the head of LBNL’s In-House Energy Management Program.
Currently Mr. Sartor is focused on RD&D on energy efficiency in buildings for high tech industries (i.e. laboratories, cleanrooms, and data centers). He oversees the Federal Energy Management Program’s new Center of Expertise for Data centers.
Past Event Sessions
Conference Session Driving Energy Efficiencies in Datacenters