Presentation: IEC and SDGs February 2020 icons

All sustainable development goals rely on electricity. Electric power is the golden thread that alleviates poverty and hunger, increases access to healthcare, education, clean water and light after dark. It facilitates daily chores and allows women to contribute differently to local economies, increasing their status. IEC work is behind the scene but essential. It is technology focused and only few IEC Standards can be directly attributed to a single SDG. This presentation outlines where and how the IEC contributes to SDGs. Rather than text, it uses clear icons for faster communication.

Briefing paper: Contributing to Sustainable Development Goals (A4) – en

IEC International Standards and IEC Conformity Assessment (CA) Systems contribute to all of the 17 SDGs. They provide the foundation that allows all countries and industries to adopt or build sustainable technologies and apply best practice, and they form the basis for innovation as well as quality and risk management.

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Briefing paper: Welcome to the IEC – en, fr, es, pt, ru

Overview of the role of the IEC, its scope,  structure, role in energy access and power generation, global trade, safety, sustainability and interoperability. The brochure also provides an overview of  IEC work in standardization and conformity assessment, including the 4 IEC Conformity Assessment Systems  and the IEC Affiliate Country Programme.

This brochure is also available in Spanish, French, Portugese and Russian.

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Global Vision: Keith Nosbusch, Rockwell Automation

In this IEC Global Visions interview, Keith Nosbusch, Chairman and CEO of Rockwell Automation (until 2016), shares how smarter manufacturing increases global competitiveness. He underlines that IEC International Standards help improve plant safety and enhance product reliability and quality. They also allow companies to become more sustainable by lowering their energy consumption and improving waste management, which in turn helps reduce cost.

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News release: Accelerating sustainable, carbon neutral development

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IEC, Jeju Governor and KATS sign Memorandum of Understanding

Geneva, Switzerland, Jeju, Republic of Korea, 2016-03-21– Geneva, Switzerland/ The IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission), the Jeju Special Self-Governing Province and the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS) have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the aim to accelerate sustainable, carbon neutral development.