Every year, at the beginning of the IEC General Meeting you receive a bag that contains various items and background material. This year, for the first time in the history of the IEC, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the IEC General Meeting will be fully virtual. This digital pack is designed to enhance your experience and provide you with preparatory and background information.
The pack is exclusively distributed to GM participants.
Treasurer’s Memorandum 2019
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FinCom Covid-19 impact assessment
IEC White Paper Safety in the future
Using real-life examples, this white paper addresses safety in the future by exploring current social trends and initiatives as well as projects that are pioneering innovative safety solutions. The paper also introduces a collaborative framework – the tripartite system for safety – which offers a systematic approach to examining key safety elements.
IEC Activity Report
IEC Annual Report
MET-CERTIFIED | About standardisation, certification and accreditation
In this video testimonial, you’ll get a short introduction to why the MET-CERTIFIED project is important for the marine energy industry. You will also learn more about the difference between ‘standardisation’, ‘certification’ and ‘accreditation’.
MET-CERTIFIED | video testimonial standardisation institute – NEN (NL)
Martijn Geertzen of NEN, the Dutch standardisation institute explains why certification of marine energy technologies is so important.
MET-CERTIFIED | video Tocardo Solutions
Tocardo Solutions, a Dutch founded and based company and global leader in tidal energy solutions, talks about the importance of certification for marine energy technology developers.
MET-CERTIFIED testimonal investor – Andrew Smith Deja Blue Consulting
This interview was taken by the Interreg 2 Seas project MET-CERTIFIED. Investor & consultant Andrew Smith of Deja Blue Consulting explains the benefit of certification from an investor’s point of view to young developers of marine energy technology developers.
“Towards sustainable, Smart Communities” –
To mark the occasion of the 2017 G7 Summit taking place in Taormina, Italy from 26 to 27 May 2017, an article by IEC General Secretary & CEO Frans Vreeswijk on how IEC work helps to deal with climate change in cities and communities, has been published in Climate Change – The New Economy magazine.
Read the full IEC article Towards sustainable, Smart Communities http://publications.climatechange-theneweconomy.com/g7-2017/100-1
A look at the importance of IEC Standards throughout “The Electric Century”. The video was produced in celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the IEC in 2006. History
This video outlines the importance of IEC work for the development of technologies such as DVD, JPEG and MPEG files, renewable energies, MP3 and the iPod, nanotechnologies. It was developed on the occasion of the 100 year anniversary and explains part of the history of the IEC.
Invention and development of LEDs, MRIs, lasers, microprocessors, the first home computer, the “Walkman” and the CD. It was developed on the occasion of the 100 year anniversary and explains part of the history of the IEC.
Invention and development of the jet engine, the first electronic digital computer, the microwave oven, the first colour television system, the “black box” recorder and optical fibres. It was developed on the occasion of the 100 year anniversary and explains part of the history of the IEC.