EU energy ministers reached an informal agreement on Monday to extend the bloc's ecodesign law to items that do not consume energy directly but whose design influences energy consumption.
In a "general approach" reached in Brussels under the French presidency, the council backed changes proposed by the European commission in July as part of a wider package of measures to boost sustainable consumption and production (EED 16/07/08).
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