Energy Efficient End-Use Equipment (4E TCP)

The 4E TCP supports sound policy development in the field of energy efficiency end-use equipment by providing a forum for governments and other stakeholders to understand effective approaches to policy making. 

Compared to incandescent lamp testing, test results of the perceived power of LED lamps vary significantly.*


  • Electronic devices and networks
  • Engagement with international standardisation organisations
  • G20 energy efficiency action plan: networked devices
  • International mapping and benchmarking
  • Monitoring verification and enforcement
  • Motor systems
  • Policy-driven innovation
  • Smart metering infrastructure
  • Solid-state lighting
  • Technology forcing standards for energy efficiency


Contracting Parties: 13


* Graph adapted from data provided by the 4E TCP

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