The latest set of IEC International Standards for electric vehicles (EVs) is nearing completion with the circulation of two final draft standards, IEC 62196-1 and IEC 62196-2. These define the plugs and sockets for charging EVs and are outlined below.
There’s a lot of serious thinking going on in Copenhagen this week. Electricity is so present in today’s world that very little can be achieved without it.
The videos filmed at the lift09 conference are now posted on wattwatt. I asked eleven people to spontaneously give me their views on Electrical Energy Efficiency, the three Es known as e-cubed and filmed their responses.
There was no script, only a [...]
The Rt. Hon. Lord Kelvin, was the first President of the IEC, the International Electrotechnical Commission which was founded in 1906.
Google.org has used his famous quotation as part of the introduction to their new energy site that Laurent Haug, [...]
For many 2009 started on a gloomy footing but it’s not all negative. Never has the subject of electrical energy efficiency received so much attention. There’s lots we can do to make our world a much better place.
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To enter the care4it competition, don’t forget to add a summary page (maximum A4) of your project and tell us why it’s important for electrical energy efficiency in the world and what you aim to achieve.
AND even more important, tell us who you [...]
Some of you missed the original news about the Care4it competition and have written asking for details.
Why? Improve electrical energy efficiency. A challenge for students up to 18 years old in schools around the world to submit a striking idea that will help [...]
wattwatt will be at LIFT Asia 08 which is taking place from 4 - 6 September in the South Korean province of Jeju.
Speaker Sarah Marquis will be talking at the sustainable development evening about her experiences travelling the world in total autonomy – she [...]
If you were unable to make it all the way to Geneva for wattwatt’s event at LIFT08, the videos from this session and others are now available. You can see Andy [...]
One of the aims of wattwatt is to provide a platform for asking questions so that others can respond. There are a number of these. All you have to do is open the pulse and write your comment. For example:
What is the cost [...]
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