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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

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What has the Standby Annex Achieved 2009-2011?

Summary of Major Achievements of the Standby Annex 2009-2011. Alignment of data collection methodology provides policy makers with baseline information and a tool which can assist in the design, monitoring and evaluation of different policy approaches

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Webinar: Total Energy Model for Connected Devices

This IEA-hosted webinar will present the results of EDNA’s ’Total Energy Model’ including a tour of the interactive graphs that are accessible on the EDNA website. These graphs allow users to manipulate various assumptions, and view the changes in

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Webinar: 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

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Total Energy Model for Connected Devices

The objective of this study is to develop a quantitative model of the “total energy use” of connected devices, globally. This report (and model) aims to quantify the total additional energy that results from devices becoming connected to a communications network

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Total Energy Model

EDNA Total Energy Model 2.0 A webinar on the Total Energy Model was held on 28 April 2021, hosted by the IEA.  Click here for the recording and slides. The EDNA total energy model (TEM) is a

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Testing Products with Network Connectivity

This report documents many existing requirements relevant to testing products with networks and sets out key issues to be considered. The main specifications in existence are in the Energy Star program and in the European Codes of Conduct

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Tasks

Tasks and Projects EDNA’s key method of delivering outcomes is by implementing Tasks which fit within EDNA’s scope and objectives. Outputs from tasks will be published on the EDNA website as they become available (refer menu

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Task G workshop: New motor technology

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Task C workshop: Testing Centres

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Task 8 – Total Energy Model for Connected Devices

This task involves developing a quantitative model of the “total energy cost” of connected devices, globally. The objective of the report (and model) is to quantify the total additional energy that results from devices becoming connected

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Task 7 – Policy Case for Connected Devices

This task involves preparation of a global business case to support the implementation of policies for connected devices. The objective is to provide interested governments with an initial set of information that allows them to commence development of policies for connected devices

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Task 6 – Energy Harvesting

The Internet of Things (IoT) includes many networked devices which consume energy. Specifically decentralized edge devices, like actuators and sensors often utilise batteries as their energy source. The EDNA report Energy Efficiency of the Internet of Things shows the substantial increase in

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Task 5 – Network Standby Power Basics

This EDNA report examines the power used for “network standby”. In the context of this report, network standby refers to functionality that allows a product to maintain a network connection and await a network “trigger” in order to be awoken when needed

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