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EU Updates Energy Labeling Requirements for Specific Types of Products
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EU Updates Energy Labeling Requirements for Specific Types of Products

EU Updates Energy Labeling Requirements for Specific Types of Products

On September 29, 2023, a critical update to the European Union's energy labeling regulations came into force with the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2023/2048. This regulation, which amends earlier measures, focuses on enhancing the clarity of energy labeling requirements for air conditioners, light sources, and refrigerating appliances, including those designed for direct sales. The regulation, which is now in full effect across all EU Member States, corrects Delegated Regulations (EU) No 626/2011, (EU) 2019/2015, (EU) 2019/2016 and (EU) 2019/2018.

What's New in Energy Labeling?

The document adjusts and enhances the visual guides consumers use to gauge product efficiency, particularly focusing on air conditioning units. Both double duct and single duct air conditioners have received updated labels reflecting their energy efficiency classifications from A+++ (most efficient) to D (less efficient).

Key updates to the energy labeling images

1. Image for Reversible Double Duct Air Conditioners, Energy Classes A+++ to D

2. Label design of Reversible Double Duct Air Conditioners

3. Image for Cooling-Only Double Duct Air Conditioners, Energy Classes A+++ to D

4. Label Design of Cooling-Only Double Duct Air Conditioners

5. Image for Heating-Only Double Duct Air Conditioners, Energy Classes A+++ to D

6. Label design of Heating-Only Double Duct Air Conditioners

7. Image for Reversible Single Duct Air Conditioners, Energy Classes A+++ to D

8. Label design of Reversible Single Duct Air Conditioners

9. Image for Cooling-Only Single Duct Air Conditioners, Energy Classes A+++ to D

10. Label design of Cooling-Only Single Duct Air Conditioners

11. Image for Heating-Only Single Duct Air Conditioners, Energy Classes A+++ to D

12. Label design of Heating-Only Single Duct Air Conditioners

To dive deeper into the specifics of the regulation and to view the updated label designs, you can access the official document via the provided link: Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2023/2048.

The information has been prepared by the GMA Consult Group team.

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December 5, 2023

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