energy labelling

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A new EU Regulation on external power supplies aimed at making a range of household appliances more energy efficient - from laptops to electric toothbrushes – enters into force as of 1 April 2020 within the context of EU ecodesign measures. As a result, European consumers will be able to save on their household bills, help reach significant EU-wide energy savings and reduce emissions.  
Post date: 1 Apr 2020
Type: News

Background – Why the EU heating stock needs to change  
Post date: 20 Mär 2020
Type: News

The HARP project has launched a survey to understand what motivates customers to switch to a more efficient heating system: is it the prospect of saving money? reducing CO2 emissions? an improved indoor air quality?   Knowing this will help us develop an online application that will motivate as many individuals as possible to retrofit their heating systems, promoting the benefits and advantages that matter most.
Post date: 5 Dez 2019
Type: News

What is your project about? The objective of our project is to support the implementation of the new EU energy label system developed by the European Commission. The most important is to ensure the smooth transition from the old label system to the new one. This will be done by developing various information tools for consumers, professional buyers, retailers and suppliers.    What will be the main challenges for you?
Post date: 4 Dez 2019
Type: News

Reducing energy consumption has a direct positive impact in the form of reduced energy bills, however, when selling the asset, at the moment, there is no evidence that buyers would recognise this value. In-depth research shows that although buildings with A or B energy labels are valued higher in some markets, it is not related to the energy performance of the building but rather an indicator of buyers preference for modern and comfortable building.   
Post date: 22 Okt 2019
Type: Link

Concept and Objectives:   Do European consumers pay attention to energy labels when they buy an electric appliance, a car or a house?  What information are they looking for? How important is energy consumption in their decisions?     This is what the CONSEED research project aims to find out through surveys and field trials among households and various economic sectors across Europe.   
Post date: 25 Jun 2019
Type: Link

On 11 of March, the Commission has today adopted the final format and visual identity of new energy efficiency labels for 6 product groups: -5 product groups of household appliances with "rescaled" labels: dishwashers; washing machines and washer-driers; refrigerators, including wine storage fridges; lamps; electronic displays, including televisions monitors and digital signage displays.
Post date: 15 Mär 2019
Type: News

Improving Dwellings by Enhancing Actions on Labelling of the EPBD    
Post date: 17 Nov 2017
Type: Link

In 2007, the Effinergie association launched its first label “BBC-Effinergie” for new buildings, requiring a primary energy use of 50kWh/m² per year. The label was very successful and became mandatory for all new buildings under the 2012 Energy Performance regulation (RT2012).    When the RT2012 came into force, Effinergie launched its new label "effinergie +"   The “effinergie +” label requires (among others):  
Post date: 22 Sep 2017
Type: Link

  Am 28. Juli 2017, veröffentlichte die Europäische Kommission eine neue Verordnung zur Festlegung eines Rahmens für die Energie-Etikettierung, Vereinfachung und Modernisierung der Energie-Effizienz-Anforderungen an die Kennzeichnung für Produkte, die in der EU verkauft werden, welche waren enthalten, die in der Richtlinie 2010/30/EU.  
Post date: 2 Aug 2017
Type: News