The Ecodesign and Energy Labelling policies constitute effective tools to save energy and resources while reducing CO2 emissions. Ecodesign allows to ban the least efficient products from the market, while Energy Labelling pushes consumers towards better products. The ambitious implementation of these policies is vital for the fulfilment of EU’s climate and energy targets in the context of the European Green Deal. We aim at ambitious requirements, both from an energy efficiency and material efficiency perspective, for all products that are regulated.
Decarbonising heating is both necessary and entirely possible. Would you like to find out how we can use ecodesign and energy labelling policies to drastically cut CO2 emissions? Join our upcoming webinar!
Setting standards that work for the environment is key to shaping a greener future. Did you know that there are many ways for civil society to get involved?
ECOS has issued a favourable opinion on the final draft Technical Report TR 45550, putting an end to the first generation of material efficiency deliverables developed under the CEN-CENELEC Joint Technical Committee 10 “Energy-related products - Material Efficiency Aspects for Ecodesign”.