EU energy labelling reform finalised

The first goods labelled A-G under EU law will be in the shops from 2020, although the accuracy of tests behind the regime has been questioned

Two different EU energy label regimes will operate in parallel in the coming years. Image: European CommissionColour-coded, A-G energy labels for consumer electrical goods are to be introduced across the EU following a compromise between member states and the European Parliament.

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