Avatar photo

Jay Taylor

  • Connect with me
  • RSS
Jay's a pragmatist; and a strong advocate of government and private industry cooperation. Since taking his new role at Schneider Electric in December 2011, Jay continues meeting with energy consultants and regulators around the world. Jay was a working member of the IEEE1625 committee. He is active in advocating new, tougher and consistent standards for energy efficiency worldwide. Jay serves a number of industry leadership positions: Chairman of the ENERGY STAR Working Group, Chairman of The Green Grid Liaison Committee, Vice Chair of NEMA 1PE Section, and Chair of JTC1 SC39 Sustainability for and by Information Technology. Jay regularly speaks at industry forums on the topics of energy efficiency, tools for relative performance of the data center, information technology eco-systems, and Lakota wisdom.
3 min read

Examining the Amazon Plan for Re-using Data Center Waste Water

9.0K views 102 0 1.7K
3 min read

Beware the Unintended Consequences of Government Regulations around Cyber Security

10.0K views 8 0 1.5K
2 min read

Todays Standards are the Regulations of Tomorrow

7.2K views 0 0 1.1K
2 min read

Congrats to The Green Grid – a 2013 Computerworld Honors Laureate in Sustainability

6.2K views 1 0 954
3 min read

Data Center Highlights From The Green Grid Forum 2013

18.0K views 2 0 1.4K
3 min read

Harmonizing Global Metrics for Data Center Energy Efficiency

14.5K views 7 0 1.4K
2 min read

Power, Pollution and the Internet: What The Good Data Centers are Doing Today

9.3K views 6 0 1.1K
2 min read

How Schneider Electric Became First to Receive the New Energy Star Rating for UPS Products

21.7K views 36 0 1.7K