Green Data Centre Design


(E2I Training Grant Approved Course, available for Singaporeans and PR at S$210 per pax)

Next Course Date: 30 - 31 May 2019


Administrative Details

Time: 9am - 5pm

Venue: Singapore Sustainability Academy

180 Kitchener Road, Sky Park, Level 6, City Square Mall Singapore 208539

Contact: +65 - 6338 8578 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Course Summary

Energy expenditures account for the vast majority of the operating costs during a data centre lifetime, and this fact is becoming critical in order to ensure business profitability.

This 2-day green data centre design course will equip participants with in-depth knowledge of SS564 and Green Mark for New and Existing Data Centre.

The 2-day course will also include design best practices and case studies to empower participants with knowledge and ideas  to green their data centres

  • Data Centre (DC) Overview and Trends
  • SS564
  • Green Mark for DC Overview
  • GM for New DC
  • GM for Existing DC
  • DC Air Conditioning System Design
  • DC Electrical System Design
  • DC Operations
  • DC Performance Monitoring

Course Objective

At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand Green data centre standards such as Green Mark for new and existing data centres
  • Apply the best practices in chiller plant, computer room air-conditioning, lighting and uninterruptible power system design
  • Optimise, monitor and maintain the data centres at peak energy efficiency

Target Audience

  • Energy Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Engineers

Rates (inclusive of GST)



SEAS Member $650.00
3 participants and above $700.00
SCEM Special Rate $720.00


Course Fees before funding. E2I Funding available for Singaporeans & PRs at S$210.00 per pax.

Participant's details (including NRIC) and company information are required for submission and verification for training grant claims purposes.


Mr Steven Kang has been involved in the design of hyper-efficient HVAC system for Platinum rated Green Buildings and has been invited to sit in the advisory committee of Platinum rated green buildings. He spoke at various forums on HVAC designs, energy optimisation and green buildings. He has been appointed to assess the design of new data centres as well as audit and improve the energy efficiency of existing data centres.

Registration - Green Data Centre