European Energy Label goes ‘beyond A’

A change to the energy saving label for white goods will be introduced on 20 June to help consumers choose the most energy efficient product

A change to the energy saving label for white goods will be introduced on 20 June to help consumers choose the most energy efficient product.

The current European Energy Label, introduced in the mid-1990s, rates product energy efficiency in descending order from A to G. Its system of green (most efficient) to red (least efficient) colour-coded bars is familiar to buyers of household electrical items. A product’s energy consumption (kilowatt hours) is also given.

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