Electronic Devices & Networks Annex
Nominations for SEAD Connected Efficiency Award close 31 August 2017. The Award will recognise the most energy efficient communications protocols used in connected devices.
EDNA has commenced a scoping study on the "Energy Efficiency of EVSE" to gather available knowledge on the existing and/or emerging efficiency regulation approaches for EVSE.
EDNA has launched a new task on Energy Harvesting, investigating how these technologies might be applied to the Internet of Things
EDNA has published a new report, examining the opportunities for policies to encourage Intelligent Efficiency
The CDA Centre of Excellence aims to increase the understanding of energy saving opportunities and best practices that can be attained by networked devices and the networks in which they operate.
SEAD Connected Efficiency Award - Nominations Closing 31 August 2017. To recognise the most energy efficient communications protocols, SEAD has launched...
EDNA has commenced a scoping study on the "Energy Efficiency of EVSE" to gather available knowledge on the existing and/or emerging efficiency regulation approaches...
EDNA has launched 2 new tasks and 2 new reports
ITI, Danish Energy Agency, Korean Energy Agency and ACEEE announce support for CDA Voluntary Principles for Energy Efficient Connected Devices
EDNA has published a study of "Energy Aware" devices - devices which can report their own energy consumption, in real time.
The March 2016 Newsletter of the Connected Devices Alliance can be read here