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This report discusses the elements of an energy harvesting system, and the possible energy sources and quantities of energy which can be harvested from light, thermal energy, radio frequency
This report incorporates and organizes our collective understanding of the network standby function, identifies the primary factors that influence its power draw, develops a framework for understanding these factors, and estimates power ranges associated with different network standby function implementations.
This report highlights the role of energy efficiency policy makers in improving the value proposition for smart homes for energy management, by supporting the development of methodologies and studies quantifying benefits, and the provision of accessible information to consumers via labels or other mechanisms
This research project investigated the policy and program opportunities for governments to encourage greater investments in network connected devices and their application in reducing
This report addresses a technical concept, “energy aware” devices, that enables energy use data of individual devices in buildings to be made available by the devices themselves. Energy aware devices
Discusses the objectives, scope of work and policy options for the Energy Efficiency of the Internet of Things. The impact of the network standby energy consumption of mains connected IoT devices on
To evaluate functions and designs of Network Connected Audio Products, five products from three well known manufacturers
Own Energy Consumption of Smart Metering Infrastructure and Energy Monitoring Systems – Technical Report
The investigations presented in this report suggest further work would be needed in the fields of communication technologies and
This report investigates the standby power of novel mains connected IoT devices and their estimated impact on the worldwide standby energy consumption. Traditional network enabled devices
This guidebook identifies how the Standby Power Annex of 4E has been working to identify solutions for tackling network standby
Standby Power Annex summary of activities and outcomes – final report
This report examines a range of issues that are critical in understanding how networks operate and how products that are
The scope of this research covers three product categories: major appliances, home entertainment, and office equipment. These products represent some of the most common plug loads used in homes and businesses.
Electronic products are an integral part of modern life. There has been great advancement in the capability and functionality of such products with network connectivity between electronic products rapidly becoming readily available.
This report proposes a uniform methodology to assist policy makers evaluate the impact of standby power initiatives. The methodology
The research underpinning this report consisted of a comprehensive review of existing work into standby power and the additional energy associated with network functionality