Steve Greenberg is a Senior Energy Management Engineer in the High Tech and Industrial Systems Group. He has researched and applied energy-efficient building and industrial systems, for a variety of clients on three continents over the past 42 years. He is currently working with the Lab’s Center of Expertise for Energy Efficiency in Data Centers, as well as working with FLEXLAB®. He has been involved in design, design review, commissioning, and retrofit. Steve Greenberg holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MS in Energy and Resources, both from the University of California at Berkeley, and is a registered Mechanical Engineer in California. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional by the U.S. Green Building Council.
2015 Director's Awards for Exceptional Achievement: Service - November 17th 2015
Assistance in support of the Lab’s mission and strategic goals provided in a spirit of cooperation and commitment to excellence.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Director's Award for Exceptional Achievement - May 15th 2012
Bill Tschudi, Dale Sartor, Steve Greenberg, Henry Coles, and Geoffrey Bell—Environmental Energy Technologies Division
Mark Dedlow, Ed Ritenour, and Greg Bell—Information Technology Division
The team combines the Environmental Energy Technologies Division’s expertise in energy efficiency in data centers and the Information Technology Division’s pressing need to expand scientific computing resources in its data center to meet increasing demand. The goal of the Green Data Center Project project was to explore and validate solutions for EETD’s research and to use these solutions to improve operational efficiency in the data center, increasing computational capability. Dozens of individuals and groups from industry, academia, and government have now toured Berkeley Lab's data center as a model for how to green data centers that weren’t built with modern efficiency standards in mind.