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Support for CDA Principles

ITI, Danish Energy Agency, Korean Energy Agency and ACEEE announce support for CDA Voluntary Principles for Energy Efficient Connected Devices

By Steven Beletich · Electronic Devices & Networks ·

The CDA Voluntary Principles for Energy Efficient Connected Devices were developed by the G20 Networked Devices Task Group, consisting of industry and government representatives. 

The Connected Devices Alliance (CDA) encourages leading device manufacturers, trade associations and government agencies to support the CDA Voluntary Principles for Energy Efficient Connected Devices. As the number of connected devices expands rapidly, these Principles provide an energy efficiency blueprint for designers of products, protocols and policies. They have been developed to ensure that the high standards achieved for energy efficiency through technology advances continue in the new age of connected devices.  

The organisations which support the CDA Principles are listed here.