All Project Documents
Find below downloadable deliverables as elaborated by the Come On Labels project. Feel free to contact the project coordinator in case of your interest for more information about the individual documents.
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When purchasing products with energy labels on the internet or by catalogues, the energy label as such does not have to be displayed. The labelling legislation, however, prescribes a specific set of information which has to be published. The Come On Labels´ project research has shown that often part of that information is missing. Find a document, summarising the infomration, which has to be made available when offering products for sale in cases where the consumer cannot be expected to see the product displayed.
The information about individual product compliance tests in the EU is fragmented and not centrally available, not even to the surveillance authorities. The main goal of this document is to investigate how far the use of product databases can contribute to improving the exchange of information on market surveillance actions and results between authorities and towards other stakeholders.
Within the Come On Labels project, some 900 shops have been visited to monitor the proper display on energy labels at the points of sale. Fine a report on the third round of the shop visits, monitoring the presence of labels by the shopy and product type, and monitoring the increased presence of new energy labels.
Lessons learned and final recommendations of the ComeOn Labels project for energy labelling of appliances
To be available in: English, Czech, Croatian, German, Polish, Latvian, Italian, French, Greek, Spanish, Portuguese
Energy labels are considered as an effective tool to promote energy efficient appliances, but other programmes are also being organised to further support the replacement of appliances - to take place quicker or choosing more efficient models. Find a document summarising and evaluating product replacement schemes being organised within the duration of the project and in the countries covered by the project consortium.
Throughout the duration of the Come On Labels project, the consortium has worked together with market surveillance authorities in identifying and increasing the level of energy label compliance. Part of the project was also to conduct a monitoring of the practical level of surveillance activities conducted. Please, find the document summarising the level of surveillance activities related to energy labelling.
Directional, non-directional lamps and luminaires are currently a subject to new energy labelling. Read a document which summarises the legislation and labelling requirements to these products. The document has been prepared in a cooperation of three European projects, dealing in part with energy efficient lighting issues.
Please, find the fifth edition of the Come On Labels newsletter. This edition highlights two documents, elaborated by the Italian project partner, ENEA, focusing on product testing for energy labelling compliance verification. One of the documents summarises available information about product tests undertaken, and the second one highlights some trends and observations made concerning the product compliance testing. Interested to learn more? The project organisers would also like to invite you to its final event, organised on March 15., 2013 in Brussels!
One of the activities organised within the Come On Labels project was the collection of examples of international cooperation related to product surveilance testing. Enclosed find a document, focusing on examples of European and international exchange of experience and information related to product testing. Examples include regional sharing of test results, authority testing in a foreign laboratory, or a description of a set of information shared within European projects focused on product testing.
One of the on-going activities of the Come On Labels project has been the collection and evaluation of product compliance tests. Three updates of the document have been issued within the project, find the third edition, containing test samples from the UK, Sweden, Netherlands, Spain, etc., and summarising the planned test activities of a range of European projects.
The Come On Labels project is entering the final four months of its existence. The latest activities include shop visits for label presence monitoring, collection and evaluation of surveilance product tests, publishing summary infomration on new energy labelling of tumble driers.
Household tumble driers are one of the product categories, which start to be marked by the new energy labels. Find the Come On Labels´ project document, explaining the requirements of the labelling and ecodesign legislation, responsibilities of stakeholders, as well as the content of the new energy label.
One of the very visible outcomes of the Come On Labels project is the personal visit of hundreds of shops around Europe, monitoring the proper presence of energy labels on products. Enclosed is a report, summarising the results of shop visits from 13 European countries, coveringin total 330 shops, undertaken in second half of 2012. Find out more on the situation related to the proper display of energy labels per product type and per shop type, the presence of new energy labels, and description of situation by each individual country.
The energy labelling legislation requires certain products to bear energy labels at their points of sales. The energy labels usually have seven energy classes. At the same time, however, some of the same produc types are also affected by the ecodesign legislation, which prohibits the market entry of product below certain energy efficiency class. Find enclosed the document, which summarises the list of energy label classes available on the energy labels, but not allowed by ecodesign, for individual product groups.
Information on how national authorities could organise the shop visits to check that energy labels are in place as required
Herebelow vailable in: English, Czech, Croatian, German, Polish, Latvian, Italian, French, Greek, Spanish, Portuguese
The document provides information about product testing, undertaken in order to verify energy consumption related information on the product energy labels. This first edition focuses on the results of the ATLETE project, which undertook full energy label compliance testing for 82 randomly selected refrigerating appliance models.