NSF International, in collaboration with the Green Electronics Council, will be developing a sustainable leadership standard for photovoltaic modules. The Joint Committee (the NSF consensus body) voting membership will include a balanced representation among industry, public health and ...Read More
Following a multi-year pilot program with five global organizations, the Green Electronics Council today expanded the network of EPEAT-approved PREs by qualifying the China Quality Certification Centre (CQC). CQC is the largest professional certification body in China. As a PRE (“Product ...Read More
The LAVERGNE GROUP INC., a leader in the manufacture of engineering resins, composites and alloys used in electronics, automobiles and office furniture, today announced its has committed to the EPEAT Champion program. EPEAT is the definitive global rating system for green electronics. As an ...Read More
The Green Electronics Council today announced during CleanMed that Kaiser Permanente is the first health-care system to win an EPEAT Purchaser Award. The EPEAT Purchaser Awards recognize excellence in the procurement of environmentally preferable electronics. Kaiser Permanente, one of the ...Read More
Green Electronics Council CEO Robert Frisbee has announced he will retire effective August 1, 2015, following a 3.5-year tenure at GEC and a long career in the electronics and telecommunications sector. “Robert has guided tremendous growth both for the organization and its EPEAT Registry, ...Read More
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