Webinar: 15 Feb 2024 This webinar provided policymakers with information and evidence-based recommendations for policy measures to improve the energy efficiency of data centres. Slides available here. Report: Policy development on energy efficiency of data
Over the past decade, EDNA has provided policy guidance aimed at improving the efficiency of smart devices and associated systems. In recent years EDNA has done a lot of work in the area of ‘demand flexible’
29 Nov 2022 14:00—15:00 Paris Time EDNA and the IEA’s Digital Demand-Driven Electricity Networks (3DEN) Initiative are co-organising this webinar on the topic of interoperability of household appliances and equipment. The webinar will draw on the
The International Energy Agency Digital Demand-Driven Electricity Networks (3DEN) Initiative and IEA-4E/EDNA are pleased to invite you to the expert webinar: Blockchain applications: an energy perspective The webinar will be held via Zoom on Tuesday 12 April
EDNA has published a policy brief which summarises the key findings of a report titled Blockchain Energy Consumption – An Exploratory Study. The report was commissioned by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy and contains a detailed analysis of blockchain,
EDNA has published a new policy brief, which provides policy makers with considerations for improving the energy efficiency of small network equipment, such as modems, routers, network extenders, etc. Download here.
4E EDNA and the Users TCP have published a joint report which examines the extent to which ‘usability issues’ at set up and operation prevent smart devices from effectively delivering energy demand flexibility and intelligent efficiency.
EDNA has published a new report which develops and outlines the concept of an ‘idle metric’ for data centres and servers, which can be used by policy makers. The advantage of these metrics is that they do
Webinar 11 September 2019 Connecting everyday, energy-using devices to the internet has profound implications for energy use. Connected devices can participate in new kinds of digital ecosystems: systems of connected devices can be managed intelligently to save energy,