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Communication Dans Un Congrès Année : 2011

Standby and off-mode Power Demand of new Appliances in the Market


For more than a decade, it has been recognized that the energy consumption in low power modes for electrical and electronic products is an important issue because it represent permanent loads (sometimes up to 24 hours per day) of a huge number of products. With the 1 W standby initiative of the International Energy Agency (IEA), several low power mode measurement campaigns have been led on a regular basis in a number of countries outside and inside Europe Union (EU). Based on these results and on the Energy-using Products Study Lot 6, the EU has prepared new regulation to limit the standby and off-mode power consumption of non-networked household electronic and electrical equipment, which is being applied since January 2010. The IEE project SELINA carried out a large scale monitoring campaign in shops in order to characterize the low power modes of new appliances being sold in the EU market. In order to ensure consistency of the collected data, a common measurement methodology was developed and the same high resolution measurement equipment was used by all partners. This publication analyzes the results of more than 6000 different equipments measured in the 12 EU countries involved in the project. Standby and off-mode values by product categories are analyzed and compared with data from other regions of the World. The measurements are also benchmarked against the new 2010/2013 EU standby and off mode regulation thresholds and the impact of the EU regulation is discussed. In parallel with the measurement campaign, an awareness study of the retailers was carried out. This survey helps to understand the customers' buying motivations and the influence of retailers' advice in their choices. An overview of the collected policies and initiatives to improve the low power mode energy consumption are reviewed.
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Anibal T. de Almeida, Carlos Patrão, Philippe Rivière, David da Silva, Barbara Schlomann, et al.. Standby and off-mode Power Demand of new Appliances in the Market. 6th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Domestic Appliances and Lighting (EEDAL'11), Copenhague : Danemark (2011), May 2011, Copenhague, Denmark. 12 p. ⟨hal-00770133⟩
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