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EEMODS 2021: conference moved to 3-5 May 2022

With the Covid-19 emergency continuing to affect the world the 12th edition of the “International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Motor Driven Systems” is postponed to 3 – 5 May 2022. The conference will be held

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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.

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First PEET Analysis published

4E has recently published the first Product Energy Efficiency Trends (PEET) report to assist governments with their policy development processes designed to encourage innovation and improve access to energy efficient products. This ambitious project monitors the

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eceee digital Summer Study: call for papers

The eceee 2021 Summer Study will take place digitally this year in June and will be focused on the restart after Covid-19. An opportunity to do things smarter, greener and fairer for all where energy efficiency

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New Zealand joined EMSA

After the European Commission, New Zealand has recently joined the 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex to collaborate on policy and technical issues related to electric motor systems.

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PECTA goes PCIM 2020

In July 2020 PECTA got the chance to present its latest results at europeans largest power electronics conference and exhibition – PCIM Europe.

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Sweden and the European Commission joined EMSA

The 4E Electric Motor Systems Annex (EMSA) provides a platform for an in-depth technical and policy exchange between members and is a vehicle for collaborative projects. Some of its research results are made publicly available. Up

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PECTA Publishes “Phase 1” Report

The new Power Electronic Conversion Technology Annex (PECTA) has released its first report on the results of its Phase 1 “Introduction” work plan titled: Wide Band Gap Technology: Efficiency Potential and Application Readiness Map. Learn more

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Publication of Final Report: Visual Perception under Energy-Efficient Light Sources – Detection of the Stroboscopic Effect under Low Levels of SVM

The SSL Annex is pleased to publish today the Final Report for a research project that examined visual perception associated with temporal light modulation, and more specifically the stroboscopic effect. An interim draft report on this study was published in December 2018, and it has since been extended in sample size and in the scope of analysis and has undergone peer review.

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