EDNA collaborates with the Connected Devices Alliance (CDA). The CDA is a network of more than 350 government and industry participants that have come together to work on the energy efficiency opportunities provided by networked devices. These include opportunities for device standby mode energy savings as well as energy savings enabled by device connectivity (“intelligent efficiency”).
The CDA was conceived in 2015 by the G20 Networked Devices Initiative, which is one of six initiatives under the ‘G20 Energy Efficiency Action Plan: Voluntary Collaboration on Energy Efficiency’, launched after the Brisbane G20 Summit in November 2014. Read more about the G20 initiative here.