Do you know how the CEC energy efficiency regulations will affect your company?  

Navigate the regulations with minimal disruption to your customers or supply chain

About The Webinar

You'll Learn

The impact of the CEC's energy efficiency program on electric products across North America. 
 
Best practices on how to prepare your organization and products for compliance. 
 
Information you can use to stay ahead of the curve; minimizing disruptions to your supply chain. 
 
Examples of non-compliant products and their consequences. 

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Delta-Q is a leading manufacturer of industrial battery chargers for lead acid and lithium-ion batteries. We provide power management and power conversion solutions that improve the performance and durability of electric drive vehicles and industrial equipment. Currently, more than 1.2 million electric vehicles and industrial machines use our products.

About Delta-Q Technologies 

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Date: On-Demand
Duration: 1 Hour (including Q &A)
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About Our Presenters 

If you are an OEM or distributor selling electric products in North America, you will want to tune into this webinar. The purpose of this webinar is to help product managers, engineers, purchasers, and distributors navigate through the California Energy Commission's (CEC) upcoming battery charger system regulations. Understand how the CEC regulations are changing the way electric equipment are manufactured and sold. 

Which battery chargers are affected?
All battery chargers used in non-consumer applications with an output power level of less than two kilowatts (<2 kW).  Regulations come in effect January 1, 2017.

Lloyd Gomm
VP of Business Development

Lloyd Gomm led Delta-Q's portfolio to compliance with California Energy Commission efficiency standards for battery chargers. 

 

CEC energy efficiency regulations - Discover how these new rules will affect your organization.

Chris Botting 
Manager of Research

Chris Botting is Delta-Q's battery guru. He runs our research and battery lab, which is an accredited California Energy Commission standards testing facility. 

 

If you are an OEM or distributor selling electric products in North America, you will want to tune into this webinar. The purpose of this webinar is to help product managers, engineers, purchasers, and distributors navigate through the California Energy Commission's (CEC) battery charger system regulations

Which battery chargers are affected?
All battery chargers used in non-consumer applications with an output power level of less than two kilowatts (<2 kW). Upcoming regulations come into effect January 1, 2017.

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