This webinar discusses the US Department of Energy's Compliance and Certification rules for Chinese products entering the US. It clarifies US regulations for Chinese manufacturers and relevant stakeholders, thus enhancing compliance and improving trade quality between the two countries.
WASHINGTON DC, 12 September 2016 – The Clean Energy Ministerial’s Super-efficient Equipment and Appliance Deployment (SEAD) Initiative has opened the nomination period for its sixth international competition to recognize the world’s most energy efficient industrial and outdoor lighting products.
The Clean Energy Ministerial’s Super-efficient Equipment and Appliance Deployment (SEAD) Initiative announced its sixth international competition to recognize the world’s most energy efficient industrial and outdoor lighting products.
El informe de actividades de la Comisión Nacional para el Uso Eficiente de la Energía (Conuee), correspondiente a enero-septiembre de 2015, señala que el Laboratorio Lawrence de Berkeley (perteneciente al Departamento de Energía de Estados Unidos) entregó a la Conuee un informe sobre la evaluación del impacto, del año 2000 a la fecha, de tres Normas Oficiales Mexicanas (NOM) sobre refrigeradores, motores eléctricos y acondicionadores de aire.
With more than 300 government and industry groups, including the Consumer Technology Association, the United Kingdom and International Energy Agency (IEA) brought together the first Connected Device Alliance (CDA) workshop in the United States.
Innovation, technology, and energy efficiency – those were the main topics explored at the 21st Century Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Programs workshop.
The world has accepted the Global Lighting Challenge -- a race to deploy 10 billion high efficiency, high quality, and affordable LED lighting products around the world as quickly as possible.
This program evaluation aimed to analyze the impacts on Mexican consumers and the national economy from energy efficiency standards on residential refrigerators and window air conditioners that were aligned, or “harmonized” with U.S. standards in the early 2000s.
A new report developed in collaboration with the SEAD Initiative, the International Energy Agency (IEA) Implementing Agreement on Energy Efficient End-Use Equipment (4E) outlines the historic achievements of energy efficiency standards and labeling programs.