State of the Union: Five key takeaways from Ursula Von der Leyen
17 September 2020
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The Energy Labelling Directive (Directive 92/75/EEC) imposes an obligation on suppliers of household appliances to provide information on the energy consumption of each product supplied. All household appliances, even if sold for non-household use, offered for sale, hire or hire-purchase, must be accompanied by a fiche and a label providing information relating to their consumption of energy (electrical or other) or of other essential resources. In November 2008 the Commission launched a proposal for a recast of this Directive. This proposal seeks to extend the scope of the applicability of the current Directive to all energy-related products (including the household, commercial and industrial sectors) as well as to some non-energy using products such as windows which have a significant energy-saving potential.
In this context, MEUSAC shall be organising a briefing session for stakeholders on the issues involved, the current discussions taking place and developments to be expected in the near future. The session should be of particular interest to all operators involved in the manufacture, retail and purchase of energy-related products and is being held on the 18th June at 9am. Further details and a registration form can be obtained from Abigail Mamo 21232881/3 or .
Participation is free of charge. Registration is highly recommended in view of seating restrictions and should reach MEUSAC offices by not later than noon of Wednesday 17th June 2009.
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