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For listings of current regulations for power consumption and efficiency and links to agency websites around the world, see our Regulations by Agency pages.

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Interested in energy efficiency standards, regulations, and other green matters? Read about the latest news and developments in the world of energy efficiency in Mr. Green's blog.

Team UP Dagisik: Friends, Teammates and Fellow PI Interns

After six month of welding, cutting, sanding and sleeping on the old couch in the lab, Team UP Dagisik from University of Philippines Electrical & Electronics Engineering Institute will travel to Sepang International Circuit near Kuala Lumpur, along with its newly built battery-powered concept car, for the Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2019 from April 29 to May 2. Contending for its first championship since 2015, the team sees its strength in great chemistry among teammates built through years of close collaboration in academic work, as well as their internship with Power Integrations last summer.

PI Sponsors Team of Former Interns in Major Energy-Efficiency Competition

Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2019, the Asian leg of Shell’s global competition for science and engineering students to build ultra-efficient cars, will be held at Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur from April 29 to May 2. Objective of the race is to navigate the circuit using the least amount of energy.  In jeopardy of missing the competition just 9 months ago, Team UP Dagisik from University of Philippines Electrical & Electronics Engineering Institute recently finished a successful test run of its newly built battery-power concept vehicle.