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Archived ENERGY STAR International Stakeholders Meetings and Other Information

2005 ENERGY STAR International Stakeholders Meetings

On March 14, 2005, international country partners for ENERGY STAR met in Washington, DC to present a status update on the implementation of ENERGY STAR for product labeling in each country. In addition, presentations were made on the status of a centralized database to house all qualified product information for ENERGY STAR and on international coordination regarding CFLs and related new technologies. The meeting agenda, list of participants, and presentations can be downloaded below.

Country Updates

Other Presentations

Notes and presentations from the March 15, 2005 Computer Industry Meeting

Notes and presentations from the March 16, 2005 Imaging Equipment Industry Meeting

2002 ENERGY STAR International Stakeholders Meetings

In May of 2002, the international ENERGY STAR partners met to review the status of ENERGY STAR in each country, discuss progress on a centralized database and communication tool, and provide information on progress toward revising the ENERGY STAR specification for computer monitors. The meeting agenda, list of participants, summary, and presentations can be viewed via the following links

Country Updates in PowerPoint Format

Presentation on the database and communication tool Power Point icon

Presentation on revising the ENERGY STAR specification for computer monitors Power Point icon

Power Integrations, Inc.

Power Integrations, Inc. has designed a website which provides information on changing international energy efficiency regulations. Visit the Power Integrations Green Room Exit ENERGY STAR to search for regulations by regulation-setting agency, product application, or location.

Power Integrations is a supplier of high-voltage analog integrated circuits, which when integrated in energy-efficient power supplies that are used with finished products, help end-use product manufacturers to meet energy-efficiency programs the world over.