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.
SEAD announced the winners of its Global Efficiency Medal competition for super energy-efficient household light bulbs. If all household bulbs sold were as efficient as the most efficient SEAD award-winning model, 850 terawatt-hours of electricity could be saved globally compared to 2010.
Annual power consumption of networked devices is already greater than 600 TWh globally, more than the electricity consumed by Canada in a single year.
With support from the SEAD Initiative, the Mexican government is using its analog-to-digital TV transition to modernize the country’s infrastructure while reaping the benefits of energy efficient technology.
Adoption of energy efficiency policies in Indonesia can significantly reduce growth in future peak demand, reducing the number of power plants that Indonesia will need to construct over the next 15 years while still allowing consumers to benefit from the energy services they rely on.
SEAD announced a competition to recognize the most energy-efficient flat-panel televisions around the world. SEAD Global Efficiency Medals will be awarded to the most energy-efficient televisions on the market as well as to new technologies that have the potential to greatly reduce energy use in the future.