EU Code of Conduct on Energy...

With the strong increase of the internet the energy consumption of data transmission has dramatically increased.

The potential new electrical load represented by this equipment needs to be addressed by EU energy and environmental policies. It is important that the electrical efficiency of broadband equipment is maximised, while not reducing the service provided.

The Code of Conduct sets out the basic principles to be followed by all parties involved in broadband equipment, operating in the European Community, in respect of energy efficient equipment.

Assessment Framework for Data Centres...

The Assessment Framework is based on The European Code of Conduct for Energy Efficiency in Data Centres. This document compliments the CoC Best Practices Document by making the Practices more requirement based rather than recommendations. The Assessment Framework therefore provides auditors with the necessary tools to verify whether a data centre correctly applies the Practices contained within the Code of Conduct.

2023 Best Practice Guidelines for the...

This is the annual revision of the Best Practice Guidelines for the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency for year 2023 to update it to the latest technological developments to be implemented by data centres participating in the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency.

ICT Code of Conduct Introductory guide...

This document provides guidance notes for organisations wishing to sign the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency.
This document refers to;

1. The Introductory Guide (This document) - Version 3.4.0 (2023)
2. The Best Practices document - Version 14.1.0 (2023)
3. The Participant Guidelines and Registration Form - Version 3.1.0 (2017)
4. The Participant Reporting Form – Version 14.1.0 (2023)
5. The Endorser Guidelines and Registration Form – Version 3.1.2 (2016)

2022 Best Practice Guidelines for the...

This is the annual revision of the Best Practice Guidelines for the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency for year 2021 to update it to the latest technological developments to be implemented by data centres participating in the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency.

EU Code of Conduct on Energy...

With the strong increase of the internet the energy consumption of data transmission has dramatically increased.

The potential new electrical load represented by this equipment needs to be addressed by EU energy and environmental policies. It is important that the electrical efficiency of broadband equipment is maximised, while not reducing the service provided.

The Code of Conduct sets out the basic principles to be followed by all parties involved in broadband equipment, operating in the European Community, in respect of energy efficient equipment.

Code of Conduct on Energy Efficiency...

This Code of Conduct sets out the basic principles to be followed by all parties involved in Uninterruptible Power Systems, operating in the European Community in respect of energy efficient equipment.

More information is available at the EU Code of Conduct on AC Uninterruptible Power Systems webpage.

 

2021 Best Practice Guidelines for the...

This document is a companion to the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency and provides the full list of identified Best Practices for data centre operators as referenced in the Code of Conduct Participant and Endorser Guidelines documents.

How Photovoltaics can ride the EU...

JRC briefing notes on building integrated photovoltaics in 2020

EU Code of Conduct on Energy...

Expectations are that broadband equipment will contribute considerably to the electricity consumption of households in European Community in the near future. Depending on the penetration level, the specifications of the equipment and the requirements of the service provider, a total European consumption of at least 50 TWh per year was estimated for the year 2015 for broadband equipment.

2020 Best Practice Guidelines for the...

This document is a companion to the EU Code of Conduct on Data Centre Energy Efficiency and provides the full list of identified Best Practices for data centre operators as referenced in the Code of Conduct Participant and Endorser Guidelines documents.

Summary of the guidebook: "How to...

The Covenant of Mayors in Sub-Saharan Africa (CoM SSA) supports local authorities in Sub-Saharan Africa in the climate challenge and in their efforts in ensuring access to clean energy. It is one of the "Regional Covenant" of the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy (GCoM). Under the CoM SSA local authorities are invited to make a voluntarily political commitment to implement climate and energy actions in their communities and agree on a long-term vision to tackle 3 pillars, namely access to energy, climate mitigation and climate adaptation.

EU Code of Conduct on Energy...

Expectations are that broadband equipment will contribute considerably to the electricity consumption of households in European Community in the near future. Depending on the penetration level, the specifications of the equipment and the requirements of the service provider, a total European consumption of at least 50 TWh per year was estimated for the year 2015 for broadband equipment.

Guidebook 'How to develop a...

The Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (CoM) is an ambitious initiative for local climate and energy actions. This document provides signatories with a set of methodological principle, procedures and best practices to develop their SECAP. The Part 1 of this document relates to the SECAP process; while Part 2gives an insight on the elaboration of municipality assessments (BEI and RVA), finally Part 3 describes technical issues, measures and policies that can be implemented at local level.

Report: Energy Sustainability in the...

Several countries in the world are currently engaged in an energy transition entailing a massive shift to renewable energies and a progressive increase in the efficiency of processes whereby energy inputs are used by economies. Researchers and policy makers working in this area rightly describe this energy transition as highly necessary and capable of contributing to the environmental, economic and social sustainability of human activities in important ways.

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