New body aims to increase energy savings

A body representing companies who produce energy displays has been launched to help accelerate the blossoming industry of energy efficiency. The Consumer Energy Display Industry Group (CEDIG) will lobby for […]

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By Tom Gibson

A body representing companies who produce energy displays has been launched to help accelerate the blossoming industry of energy efficiency. The Consumer Energy Display Industry Group (CEDIG) will lobby for its members in the energy display industry and is a member Association of the British Electrotechnical and Allied Manufacturers Association.

Consumer energy displays, such as In Home Displays, have made average savings of 8.68% for customers, according to a recent report from global think tank VaasaETT.

Speaking at the launch, John Parsons, BEAMA’s Association Director for CEDIG said: “Consumer energy displays represent a new industry, and we will be active in promoting the technology, working with stakeholders to develop the arrangements needed to provide the displays with data.”