Evaluation of Standby Power Policies


2011

 

       

Evaluation of policies to reduce Standby Power and Development

of Standard Methodology - Econoler 

(68 pages) This report proposes a uniform methodology to assist policy

makers evaluate the impact of standby power initiatives with the aim of

encouraging the use of a common approach when conducting evaluations,

allowing greater transparency, affording international credibility and providing

opportunity for comparisons across programs and jurisdictions. 

 

 

 

 

      

 

Presentation on Korean Standby Power Evaluation Study

by Dr Nam Kyun Kim (KERI)  Sydney October 2011. 

This presentation is filled with charts and graphs detailing the

results of a Korean survey investigatin standby power of exisitng

stock in households and new products in stores. The results are

compared with similar studies conducted in 2003 for households

and annually since 2008 for new products.

 

  

2010

  

    

 Estimating Stock Average Low Power Mode Attributes 

Methodology for 4E Standby Annex - Energy Efficient Strategies

(19 pages). This report proposes a uniform international methodology 
to determine stock average attributes for low power modes based on

information for new products and the total stock and turnover of

products in normal use.  The author aims to provide the basis for a

consistent approach which will allow accurate estimates of low power

mode trends and facilitate intercountry comparisons. 

 

  

      

 Report on Standby Basket of Products - Indian Store Survey 2010 

(23 pages) Sandeep Garg, Energy Economist, BEE, India and

Mohit Verma, Consultant, CLASP-BEE, India

"The project “Standby Basket of Product Survey in India” was initiated by

the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Ministry of Power, Govt. of India,

as part of the Asia Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate

Change (APP). The purpose of this project was to measure and collect the

standby power data from a range of common household appliances found on

display in retail stores in India.  The project was carried out to contribute to

the pooling of standby data in order to track standby power trends over time

at the national level. The project covered retail outlets in major cities of India."

 

 

 

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