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SEAD’s Global Efficiency Medal competition recognizes and awards the world’s most energy-efficient products.
Policy tools that prescribe and describe the energy performance of specific products.
These programs incentivize consumers to purchase energy-efficient products.
Procurement programs lower costs and stimulate market demand for efficient products.
SEAD Supports the G20’s Efforts to Increase Efficiency in Networked Devices
Pursuing Energy Savings Opportunities in Mexico’s Digital TV Transition
Paying Attention to Peak Demand in Indonesia
eceee 2015 Summer Study
By 2030, policy measures taken by SEAD’s member governments between 2010 and 2013 are expected to save over 710 terawatt-hours of electricty each year — equivalent to the annual electricty production of over 230 coal-fired power plants.
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