An industry group says consumer electronics account for only around 13 percent of household enrgy use, with TVs making up a third of that total.
The Consumer Electronics Association moves to make standard the Modular Communications Interface (MCI) specification to create a path for smart grid-ready products.
If you can come up with an environmentally friendly way to dispose of the lead-heavy cathode ray tube glass used in old TVs, you could win up to $5,000.
The Consumer Electronics Association has named its best of new consumer technology ahead of the 2012 CES event – we highlight the green tech ones here.
The CEA has released a study that says utility companies aren’t adequately informing consumers, who are are largely ignorant about home energy management.
A recent study from the Consumer Electronics Association suggests electronics manufacturers are now more regularly making energy efficient televisions.
The Consumer Electronics Association, in its 2010 Sustainability Report, paints a picture of an industry moving aggressively to make greener products, waste less.
Electric car awareness in the nation is on the upswing, according to a survey, but consumers still show strong concerns about several potential usage issues.
Greener electronics are something the consumer electronics manufacturers are slowing making more of a reality in their line ups. To get an idea of what is going on around this, we chat up their trade group.
In an effort to help Americans reduce the impacts of holiday e-waste, the Consumer Electronics Association has released a series of tips for responsible electronics disposal, including recommendations for reputable recyclers.
The California Energy Commission, in an expected move, voted unanimously to enact strong energy efficiency standards on television manufacturers selling TVs in that state.