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By Zoran Radosavljevic (EURACTIV)     The European Parliament approved on Tuesday (June 13) the introduction of new energy labels for household appliances, which MEPs and industry experts said should enable consumers to save money and cut energy consumption while helping the bloc reduce overall carbon emissions.    
Post date: 23 cze 2017
Type: Notatka

13 czerwca 2917, parlamentu Europejskiego i Rady negocjatorzy zgodzili się, że nowe, bardziej rygorystyczne, A do G pasek wyświetlający efektywności energetycznej urządzeń gospodarstwa domowego musi być wprowadzony, aby nadążyć za postępem technicznym.     Z nowej skali, klienci będą mogli wybrać bardziej skutecznych produktów, aby zmniejszyć zużycie energii i rachunki za energię elektryczną, podczas gdy producenci będą zachęcały innowacji i inwestowania w bardziej energooszczędne produkty.    
Post date: 23 cze 2017
Type: Aktualności

The EU funded BRISKEE project (Behavioural Response to Investment Risks in Energy Efficiency) aims to provide evidence-based input to the design and evaluation of energy efficiency policy in the EU residential sector.   BRISKEE addresses household decision-making and its implications at three levels:  
Post date: 22 cze 2017
Type: Odnośnik

This study, released by Copenhagen Economics, analyses European households’ available capital (savings and non-financial capital) for renovation based on data from Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).   The study involved the calculation of:  
Post date: 7 cze 2017
Type: Publication

Sterowniki, bariery, normatywnych rozwiązań i modeli biznesowych, które określają przyszłość energii własnej generacji dla gospodarstw domowych w energetycznym Unii Europejskiej    
Post date: 24 Maj 2017
Type: Termin

This handbook, published by the office of Tamás Meszerics (Member of the European Parliament) via The Greens/EFA group of the European Parliament, presents various case studies and best practices on how to overcome energy poverty in Europe.  
Post date: 7 kwi 2017
Type: Publication

Measures to protect vulnerable consumers in the energy sector: an assessment of disconnection safeguards, social tariffs and financial transfers  
Post date: 15 lut 2017
Type: Publication

In 2014, it was estimated that 10.5 TWh of electricity consumption in England was consumed by domestic cold appliances, an equivalent to 15.6% of the total electricity consumed by household domestic appliances. Previous research, based on a relatively small sample, found that around 9% of domestic cold appliances may be over-consuming.   This study is based on a large scale field trial -998 appliances monitored in 766 properties across England- with electricity consumption and temperature data collected over a 7 day period and occupant interviews.  
Post date: 10 lut 2017
Type: Publication

  This study, prepared for the Directorate-General for Energy (DG Energy) examines how low-cost energy efficiency measures can help low-income households. It also reviews the EU funding programmes available to fund schemes promoting these measures.  
Post date: 12 sty 2017
Type: Publication

On July 6 2016, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) approved a proposal to make it easier for consumers to buy energy-efficient household appliances by simplifying the current labelling system. The proposal involves the replacement of the current scale with a far more transparent A to G system of presenting energy efficiency, with clear and legible labels showing the product model’s energy efficiency class and its absolute consumption in kWh over a given period.
Post date: 11 lip 2016
Type: Aktualności