The challenge of reducing greenhouse gas is turning into actionable tasks for many industries, including the electrical and electronics sector. Now IEC has released a technical report that identifies a methodology for quantifying greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for this industry. The new document is the IEC/TR 62726, “Guidance on quantifying greenhouse gas emission reductions from the baseline for electrical and electronic products and systems.” It’s been written to help you set a baseline for evaluating your contribution to the reduction of these gases.
Benefits to you? You’ll have an easier time incorporating GHG-reduction targets into your R&D efforts. You’ll have a level playing field when discussing the impact of your efforts. And it will help you reduct the costs of setting up your program.
What will you find in the IEC/TR 62726? The document reviews the relevant standards and regional initiatives so you’ll better understand the existing methologies for GHG reduction studies. And by relying on existing International Standards, the guidance it provides is comprehensive.
If you’re in this space and are wondering how to get your GHG reduction project off the ground, you’ll find this report to be invaluable. You’ll soon learn what documents are applicable to your efforts, what clauses in those documents affect your process, and how you can best implement them.
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