Helping consumers with powerful partnerships
The Wireless Power Consortium constantly seeks opportunities to cooperate with government agencies, industry associations and standards development organizations to help foster the use of wireless power transfer technologies for the benefit of consumers worldwide.
The Wireless Power Consortium has liaison agreements with the following organizations:
- Korea Wireless Power Forum (KWPF). The Korea Wireless Power Forum researches new frequencies, regulations and applications for wireless power transfer and cooperates between members for the standardization.
- Korea Radio Promotion Association (RAPA). The Korea Radio Promotion Association creates standard technologies and coordinates with government in the area of frequency and regulation policies for the activation of wireless power transfer in Korea.
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA is a U.S. government agency that manages the ENERGY STAR program. This program establishes energy efficiency requirements for products that wish to earn the ENERGY STAR rating, including battery charging systems.
- Taiwan Association of Information and Communication Standards (TAICS). TAICS is a non-governmental organization and non-profit standards development organization. TAICS facilitate collaborative development of standards for Taiwan ICT industry, actively interact with or participate in international standards development organizations, and to recommend new standards for consideration for local, regional and global adoption.