The second competition of super-efficient equipment and appliance deployment (SEAD) global efficiency medals recognizes and highly-efficient desktop computer monitors. This global competition winner take-all is efficiency in the shows by the recognition of the products with the best energy efficiency forward. SEAD is an initiative of the clean energy ministerial and an operation within the international partnership for energy efficiency cooperation (IPEEC); The Energy Department serves as the U.S. Government lead agency.
It is estimated that in 2008, the same amount of 11 to 13 shows in the residential sector medium-sized coal-fired power plants produced was consumed. Sales of award-winning displays can lead to substantial energy savings. Will be accepted through March 31, 2013, product nominations and winners will be announced in September. The first competition of SEAD of global efficiency medal recognized Samsung and LG for making the world the most energy efficient televisions. Find the website of SEAD competition.
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