The SEAD Initiative, with support from CLASP, is working with Indian city governments and local partners to train municipalities on the use of SEAD’s Street Lighting Tool to identify energy efficient and cost-effective options for upgrading street lights.
Domestic and international experts gathered for a two-day workshop to address India’s rapidly growing electricity demand from air conditioners (ACs).
SEAD Global Efficiency Medals will be awarded to the most energy-efficient lamps and luminaires on the market as well as to new technologies that push the boundaries of efficient lighting available today.
As the President’s plan notes, SEAD is helping accelerate the global adoption of standards and practices for appliances and equipment that could reduce annual electricity demand by the equivalent of 650 mid‐sized coal-fired power plants by 2030.
The SEAD Global Efficiency Medal competition for displays will recognize the most energy-efficient computer monitors on the market around the world as well as emerging technologies that have the potential to greatly reduce energy use in the future.
This global awards program encourages the production and sale of super-efficient televisions by identifying the most efficient products in three different size categories and four geographical regions.
The SEAD Global Efficiency Medal is awarded to products that demonstrate the greatest energy efficiency, with the first competition focusing on flat-panel televisions. Television manufacturers from across the globe will compete against one another in a competition based on the energy efficiency of their products.