About the Presenter

Bill Kosik,
Energy & Sustainability Director HP Critical Facilities Services, delivered by EYP MCF

Bill Kosik, PE, CEM, LEED AP, is the Energy and Sustainability Director at HP Critical Facilities Services, delivered by EYP MCF. Bill is one of the main technical contributors in helping to shape HP Critical Facilities Services’ leadership, particularly in Green IT, as he focuses his energy expertise to help expand HP’s leadership in the field of data center sustainability and energy efficiency. Bill was a major component in launching HP’s Energy Assessment Tool that has unprecedented capabilities for facility energy analysis and reporting. Bill has worked as a consultant for the U.S. Green Building Council on the launch of the LEED Core & Shell Pilot Program and presented at multiple USGBC conferences, as well as at the World Forum for Building Innovation in the UK and the Sustainable Buildings Conference in Finland. He also worked with the City of Chicago in developing City-specific environmental criteria. He is currently co-developing a publication for ASHRAE on green data center design and on a team lead by Lawrence Berkeley Labs in developing a standard on LEED for data centers. Bill has also presented on the topics of data center optimization and building performance simulation at venues including AFCOM, Data Center Dynamics, and the Liebert Users Conference. Also among his 50+ articles and speaking engagements are presentations to AFCOM, the American Institute of Architects, ASHRAE, Data Center Dynamics, IFMA, Labs21, NeoCon, ULI and 7x24, as well as articles in the ASHRAE Journal, Energy & Power Management magazine, Building Operations Management, Engineered Systems, Consulting-Specifying Engineer and R&D Magazine. His projects have earned 19 ASHRAE Awards. Bill has his degree in Engineering Mechanics from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.