Helping to achieve our mission of providing actionable energy efficiency and cost data.
We wanted to share what we have been working on at Enervee this summer with the big news being that we won a fantastic RFP (Request for Proposal)! Enervee is working together with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) of the Department of Energy to help gather and manage energy efficiency information for electronics and home appliances.
This is monumental in helping to achieve our mission of providing actionable energy efficiency and cost data to help consumers, businesses, and governments find better products, saving energy and money for people just like you.
There’s a back story on how we got to be part of this amazing opportunity. In June, Matthias and I gave a presentation to LBNL on “Bringing Energy Efficiency and Cost of Ownership to Online Shopping.” They were very excited about Enervee’s one of a kind, dynamic energy efficiency rating and introduced us to CLASP (Collaborative Labeling and Appliance Standards Program), an organization that is on the cutting edge of research and international policy for energy efficiency.
We discovered an exciting opportunity to submit a proposal for a new energy efficiency initiative, SEAD (Super-efficient Equipment and Appliance Deployment), whose main goal is to transform the global market for energy-efficient equipment and appliances. Last week we were notified that we won the proposal and will begin working on it early next month.
Our team will be collaborating with members from the Environmental Energy Technologies and Energy Efficiency Standards groups at LBNL to help define an energy efficiency data standard across SEAD’s members in Australia, Brazil, Canada, the European Commission, France, Germany, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
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