energy labelling

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The Association Effinergie published a report on the number of BBC-Effinergie labels that have been issued between 2007 and the 30th of September 2012. This concerns residential as well as non-residential buildings.   The report is based on the buildings certified by the associations Promotelec, Cequami, Cerqual and Certivéa.
Post date: 22 Dec 2012
Type: Publication

The new Strategy is aimed at changing the way energy is used in sectors such as housing, transport and manufacturing over the coming decades. It also includes immediate action to kick start a revolution in UK energy efficiency, including:
Post date: 10 Dec 2012
Type: News

La reconnaissance du niveau EFFINERGIE® a été officialisée par la signature, le 19 juin 2007, des conventions de partenariat entre EFFINERGIE® et les certificateurs agréés par l’Etat pour la délivrance de la mention BBC-Effinergie. Les constructions neuves peuvent être labellisées BBC-effinergie®, dans le cadre d’une démarche de certification et à partir d’un calcul basé sur la méthode de calcul de la RT 2005.
Post date: 16 Nov 2012
Type: Link

The website offers information on the MINERGIE® Standard and various publications.
Post date: 16 Nov 2012
Type: Link

Post date: 14 Nov 2012
Type: Publication

Der Energieverbrauch eines Haushaltsgerätes ist langfristig ein wesentlicher Kostenfaktor, der schon bei der Anschaffung berücksichtigt werden sollte. Als Unterstützung bei der Kaufentscheidung soll hier das Energielabel der EU dienen, das über die Energieeffizienz eines Gerätes informiert. Hersteller und Handel sind verpflichtet, das EU-Energielabel mitzuliefern bzw. im Verkaufsraum gut sichtbar an jedem Gerät anzubringen.
Post date: 7 Aug 2012
Type: News

The cost implications of improving the energy efficiency of appliances is a vital input for those involved in developing sustainable energy policies. Residential appliances contribute 30% of all electricity generated in OECD countries, producing 12% of all energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. They are the second largest consumer of electricity and the third largest emitter of greenhouse gas emissions in the OECD. By 2020 it is estimated that residential appliance electricity consumption will have grown by 25% compared to current levels (OECD/IEA, 2003).
Post date: 6 Jul 2012
Type: Publication

ACT
Post date: 5 Jul 2012
Type: Link

Post date: 30 Jun 2012
Type: Tool