Webinar – Interoperability: connecting the dots in a fragmented digital energy landscape
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
12 April 2022 – Webinar on Blockchain Applications: an Energy Perspective
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 Publishes Policy Brief on Blockchain Energy Consumption
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 publishes policy brief for Small Network Equipment
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 publish joint report on smart device ‘usability’
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 publishes new report on ‘idle coefficients’ for data centres and servers
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
EDNA Publishes 3 New Policy Briefs
EDNA has published 3 new policy briefs on the topic of digitalisation: Policy Guidance for Energy Smart Digital Devices Provides policy guidance for encouraging the development of consumer devices which are capable of ‘energy smart digital
EDNA Launches 5 New Tasks
EDNA has launched 5 new tasks. These tasks cover a range of issues: Metrics for Data Centre Efficiency; Mobile Devices; Emerging Battery Technologies; Interoperability; Connection with Standardisation. Task descriptions can be found at the links above,
Interactive Charts from Total Energy Model
The EDNA Total Energy Model of connected device energy use has been updated, including a set of interactive charts that can be used to predict the energy consumption of various scenarios.
Harnessing IoT for Energy Benefits
EDNA has published a report which examines the landscape of residential IoT products and the functions within those products that can be leveraged to yield energy benefits. The report can now be downloaded.
Retrofitting Connectivity for Energy Benefits
EDNA has published a report which examines the retrofit solutions that can make “dumb” household devices into “smart” devices which save energy. The report can be downloaded.
European Commission joins EDNA
The Electronic Devices and Networks Annex (EDNA) of the IEA 4E TCP welcomes the European Commission as the 14th member of the Annex.
News Zealand joins EDNA Annex
The Electronic Devices and Networks Annex (EDNA) of the IEA 4E TCP welcomes New Zealand as the 13th member of the Annex. New Zealand will work closely with EDNA’s 12 other member countries to develop technical
Network Connections Newsletter
EDNA has launched its first newsletter: Network Connections The newsletter will be issued approximately every 6 months.
6 New Reports Published
EDNA has published the following new reports: Test Procedures for Measuring Network Standby Power; Global Forecast of Energy Use for Wireless Charging; Bridging the Network Standby Gap between Mobile and Mains-Powered Products; Getting to Zero: An
Digitalisation Webinar #3: the Key Role of Internet-Connected Devices
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,
EDNA has published a study on the opportunities for Energy Harvesting to power IoT Edge Devices
Case Study Smart Homes
EDNA has published a Case Study of the Barriers and Solutions to Intelligent Efficiency – focussed on Smart Homes
Policy Brief – Energy Aware Devices
EDNA has published a Policy Brief, suggesting policy options to encourage devices to report their own energy consumption
Winners Announced – Connected Efficiency Award
SEAD Connected Efficiency Award – Winners Announced SEAD has announced the communications protocols that were awarded a Connected Efficiency Award. The winning protcols are: IEEE Std 1905.1a™-2014 IEEE Standard for a Convergent Digital Home Network for Heterogeneous