Report: Energy label display trends in shops

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EU energy labels were incorrect or missing from more than half the online products checked by MarketWatch in late 2013 / early 2014. This and other findings are explored in our first report, now available.

Approaches and priority parameters tested by consumer associations and independent organisations performing tests on energy-using products

This draft report intends to provide an overview of the current activities of consumer associations and independent endorsement organisations in Europe with respect to the testing of energy-using products. It is based on a survey conducted among the MarketWatch project partners and their partners/members.

Author: Ayse Sümer, ANEC

Pages: 16

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Initial overview of potentially the most problematic shop and product situations in terms of proper energy label display and selected Ecodesign declaration requirements

Project partners in the 10 participating EU member states have collected initial information to try to identify  stores and products most likely to be non-compliant. This document  summarises the available information with an overview of the main suspicious areas with respect to the aforementioned requirements. This enables the campaign…

Guidelines on the most simple Ecodesign and energy labelling requirements and main test standards and conditions for complex Ecodesign and energy labelling requirements

This report identifies the current and potential future energy using and energy related products that fall under the Ecodesign and/or Energy Labelling Regulations of the European Union, European Economic Area, and European Free Trade Agreement areas. Further, this report attempts to establish an introduction to these regulations…