Literature About Standby Power

Standby Literature

Below is a partial list of research publications that have been conducted related to standby power.

  1. SMPS with Zero Standby Power for Electronic Household Equipment.  Adragna, C., C. Mazzurco, and M. Sciortino. In 2015 AEIT International Annual Conference (AEIT), 1–6, 2015.
  2. “Standby Losses: How Big Is the Problem? What Policies and Technical Solutions Can Address It?” Bertoldi, Paolo, Bernard Aebischer, Charles Edlington, Benoit Lebot, Jiang Lin, Tony Marker, Alan Meier, et al. In ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. Pacific Grove, CA: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, 2002.
  3. Sky Cuts Energy Use with Automatic Standby,BSkyB. April 6, 2007.
  4. Fixing the American Energy Leak: The Effectiveness of a Whole-House Switch for Reducing Standby Power Loss in U.S. Residences.Burgett, Joseph M. Energy Research & Social Science 6 (March 2015): 87–94.
  5. Executive Order of the President No. 13221: Energy Efficient Standby Power Devices (2001). Bush, George W.
  6. An Extremely Long Standby Time Wireless Sensor System for Debris Flow Monitoring: Poster Abstract.Chan, Teng-Chieh, Kai-Hsiang Ke, Yao-Min Fang, Bing-Jean Lee, and Huang-Chen Lee.In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks, 49:1-49:2. IPSN ’16. Piscataway, NJ, USA: IEEE Press, 2016.
  7. “Standby and Off-Mode Energy Losses In New Appliances Measured in Shops.” DaSilva, David, Philippe Rivière, Yiseoul Cho, and Jerome Adnot. Paris: Centre for Energy and Processes, Armines / Mines ParisTech, June 30, 2010.
  8. “Standby and Off-Mode Power Demand of New Appliances in the Market.” De Almeida, Anibal T., Carlos Patrao, Philippe Riviere, David Da Silva, Barbara Schlomann, Michaela Gigli, and Bob Harrison. In 6th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Domestic Appliances and Lighting (EEDAL’11), Copenhagen: Denmark (2011), 12 p., 2011.
  9. Implementing Directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for standby and off mode electric power consumption of electrical and electronic household and office equipment, No 1275/2008 § (2008). European Commission.  
  10. Reducing Electronic Device Standby Power Using a Remote Wake-Up System [Antenna Applications Corner]. IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine 58, no. 5 (October 2016): 66–73. Fezai, F., C. Menudier, M. Thevenot, C. Vollaire, N. Chevalier, and T. Monediere.
  11. Emerging Zero-Standby Solutions for Miscellaneous Electric Loads and the Internet of Things. Electronics 8, no. 5 (2019): 570. Gerber, Daniel L., Alan Meier, Richard Liou, and Robert Hosbach.
  12. Emerging Solutions to the Standby Power Problem. In ACEEE 2018 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. Pacific Grove (Calif.), 2018. Gerber, Daniel, Alan Meier, Robert Hosbach, and Richard Liou.
  13. “Standby Energy: Building a Coherent International Policy Framework– Moving to the next Level.” Harrington, Lloyd, Jack Brown, Shane Holt, Alan Meier, Bruce Nordman, and Mark Ellis. In ECEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency, 1285–96. La Colle sur Loup: European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 2007.
  14. “Standby Power and Low Energy Networks–Issues and Directions.” Harrington, Lloyd, and Bruce Nordman. Report for Asia Pacific Partnership and  the International Energy Agency  4E Standby  Annex. Warragul, Vic. Australia: Energy Efficient Strategies, 2010.
  15. “Standby Power: Building a Coherent International Policy Framework.” Harrington, Lloyd, Hans-Paul Siderius, and Mark Ellis. In ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, 2008.
  16. “Using Government Purchasing Power to Reduce Equipment Standby Power.” Harris, Jeffrey, Elizabeth Bartholomew, Joan Glickman, Alison Thomas, Alan Meier, and Michelle Ware. In The 2003 ECEEE Summer Study, 681–69. St-Raphaël: European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 2003.
  17. Things That Go Bleep in the Night: Standby Power and How to Limit It.” IEA. Paris: International Energy Agency, 2001.
  18. “IEC 62301 Household Electrical Appliances Measurement of Standby Power,” International Electrotechnical Commission. 2011.
  19. Zero Standby Power Remote Control System Using Light Power Transmission. Kang, S., K. Park, S. Shin, K. Chang, and H. Kim. IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics 57, no. 4 (November 2011): 1622–27.
  20. An Input-Powered High-Efficiency Interface Circuit with Zero Standby Power in Energy Harvesting Systems. Li, Yani, Zhangming Zhu, Yintang Yang, and Chaolin Zhang. Journal of Power Electronics, July 2015.
  21. An Input-Powered High-Efficiency Interface Circuit with Zero Standby Power in Energy Harvesting Systems. Journal of Power Electronics 15, no. 4 (July 31, 2015): 1131–38. 
  22. Measuring the Use of Residential Standby Power in Taiwan. Lu, Tai Ken, Chien Ta Yeh, and Wen Chi Chang.Energy and Buildings 43, no. 12 (December 1, 2011): 3539–47. 
  23. “A Worldwide Review of Standby Power Use in Homes.” Meier, Alan. In Symposium on Highly Efficient Use of Energy and Reduction of Its Environmental Impact. Osaka, Japan: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2002.
  24. “After We Have Conquered Network Standby, Then What?” Presented at the IEA Workshop on Standby, Toronto, Canada, March 8, 2013.
  25. Standby Energy Use in California Homes. In Physics of Sustainable Energy: Using Energy Efficiently and Producing It Renewably, edited by David Hafemeister, B. Levi, M. Levine, and P. Schwartz, 209–16. AIP, 2008. 
  26. “Standby: Where Are We Now.” In 2005 ECEEE Summer Study, 847–54. Mandelieu: European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 2005.
  27. Standby: Where Are We Now?,” 2005.
  28. “Standby: Where Are We Now?,” Vol. 4,216. Mandelieu La Napoule, France: European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 2005.
  29. “Zero Standby Solutions – BTO Peer Review.” Poster presented at the Building Technologies Office Peer Review, Crystal City, VA, April 30, 2018.
  30. “Zero Standby Solutions - EPIC.” Poster presented at the 2018 EPIC Symposium: Accelerating Clean Energy Innovation, Sacramento, Calif., February 7, 2018.
  31. New Standby Power Targets. Energy Efficiency, June 22, 2018, 1–12.
  32. “Standby for Set-Top Boxes.” Home Energy, 2001.
  33. “The 1 Watt Initiative: Cutting the World’s Standby Losses.”Meier, Alan, and Benoit Lebot. In Energy Globe 2002. Wels, Austria: O.Oe. Energiesparverband, 2002.
  34. Standby Power Use in Chinese Homes.Meier, Alan, Jiang Lin, Jiang Liu, and Tienan Li. Energy and Buildings 36, no. 12 (December 2004): 1211–16.
  35. Regulating Standby.Meier, Alan, and Hans Paul Siderius. In ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, 9.225-9.235. Pacific Grove: American Council for An Energy-Efficient Economy, 2006.
  36. Should the next Standby Power Target Be 0-Watt?Meier, Alan, and Hans-Paul Siderius.In Eceee 2017 Summer Study – Consumption, Efficiency & Limits. Presqu’île de Giens, Hyeres, France: European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, 2017. 
  37. Microelectromechanical Detector of Infrared Spectral Signatures with Near-Zero Standby Power Consumption.Rajaram, V., Z. Qian, S. Kang, C. Cassella, N. E. McGruer, and M. Rinaldi.In 2017 19th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems (TRANSDUCERS), 846–49, 2017. 
  38. “RF Remotely-Powered Integrated System to Nullify Standby Power Consumption in Electrical Appliances.” Rosa, R. La, N. Aiello, and G. Zoppi. In IECON 2016 - 42nd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, 1162–64, 2016.
  39. Ross, J. P., and Alan K. Meier. “Measurements of Whole-House Standby Power Consumption in California Homes.” Energy - The International Journal 27, no. 9 (2002): 861–68.
  40. Standby Electricity Consumption and Saving Potentials of Turkish Households.Sahin, Mustafa Cagri, and Merih Aydinalp Koksal. Applied Energy 114 (February 1, 2014): 531–38.
  41. Developing Nontrivial Standby Power Management Using Consumer Pattern Tracking for On-Demand Appliance Energy Saving over Cloud Networks. Shin, T., H. T. Jeon, and J. Byun. IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics 62, no. 3 (August 2016): 251–57.
  42. Zero Power Standby Now Possible for IoT Sensors - PowerPulse.Net. Stark, Bernard., February 20, 2017.
  43. “Reducing the Standby Power Consumption of the S3 State for PCs.”Te Huang, Bai, Ying-Wen, and Po-Yang Hsu.IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics Vol.E98-C, no. 10 (October 1, 2015): 952–62.
  44. “Federal Purchasing: Leading the Market for Low Standby Products.”Thomas, Alison, Joan Glickman, Jeffrey Harris, and Alan Meier. In Nineteenth Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition. Anaheim: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 2004.
  45. The Standby Energy of Smart Devices: Problems, Progress, Potential.Wang, W., J. Su, Z. Hicks, and B. Campbell.In 2020 IEEE/ACM Fifth International Conference on Internet-of-Things Design and Implementation (IoTDI), 164–75, 2020.
  46. “Power Supply Circuit with Zero Standby Power Consumption on Infrared Remote Controlled Product by Using Energy Harvesting.” Yamawaki, Akira, and Seiichi Serikawa. In Proc. of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2015, 2015.
  47. “Terminology and Definitions Needs for Low Power Mode Energy Use with Network Connectivity,”Nordman, Bruce. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, prepared for CLASP, March 27, 2013.