EC consults on energy labelling and ecodesign rules

Stakeholders have until November to give their views on the rules’ effectiveness and options to improve them. Their input will feed into a report due next year

The European Commission is consulting on a planned review of the energy labelling and ecodesign directives. Stakeholders are being asked to give their views on the rules’ effectiveness and options to improve them.

Among other things, the commission wants to know if there is support for the introduction of new energy classes to reflect constant advances in product design. This could be done through a new A++++ or radically different scales.

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