'Come on Labels' project seminar on new energy labels

Start/Stop Date:
15 Mar 2013
Come on Labels, in cooperation with the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee) and the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic of the European Union
Rue Caroly 15, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
Focus Areas:
Energy labels
Type of Event:


Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the European Union
Rue Caroly 15, 1050 Bruxelles - Ixelles, Belgium


9:30 – 10:45

Come On Labels – Summary of the Final Results

Overview of market surveillance activities / summary of available information on product testing / survey of presence of energy labels in shops / examples of new energy label dissemination activities / examples of old appliance replacement schemes

10:45 – 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 – 13:00

New energy labels – current experience and future improvements  - Stakeholder discussion and viewpoints

Viewpoints and round table discussion of the representatives of the  European Commission, manufacturers, retailers, environmental organisations, energy agencies, and other experts and stakeholders

13:00 – 13:45

Discussion and refreshments

Additional information:

Free admission, please register with:

Mr. Juraj Krivošík, SEVEn, The Energy Efficiency Center, Czech Republic,
Come On Labels project coordinator, juraj.krivosik@svn.cz

Address of the venue: www.mzv.cz/representation_brussels/en/contacts

Download program (pdf)

Detailed programme:

9:30 – 10:45

Come On Labels – Final Results Summary:

SEVEn, Juraj Krivošík:

  • Working with authorities – overview of national surveillance activities
  • Proper label display – are labels available in shops? 900 shops surveyed
  • Promoting new labels to consumers – examples of activities, ENEA, Milena Presutto:
  • Product tests – summary of known product compliance tests, ÖkoInstitute, Corinna Fischer:
  • Replacing old appliances – examples of schemes monitored

10:45 – 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 – 13:00

New energy labels – current experience and future improvements  - Stakeholder and expert discussion and viewpoints:

  • European Commission – Ewout Deurwaarder - Overview of implemented legislation and future plans
  • CECED –  Luigi Meli - Manufacturers´ experience with the new energy labels
  • ECOS – Edouard Toulouse – position of the environmental NGOs on new energy labels and scope for improvement
  • Swedish Energy Agency - Helena Ahlkvist Johansson – viewpoint of the national market surveillance authority
  • NL Agency – Hans Paul Siderius  - viewpoint of a national energy agency
  • ATLETE and ATLETE II project - Milena Presutto, ENEA - Project test activities and survey results
  • CLASP - Pernille Schiellerup - New Energy Label Consumer Comprehension Assesment
  • GfK Retail and Technology – Barbara Inmann - Comparing the acceptance of the new label with the old label at the points of sale
  • EFER - The European Federation of Electronics Retailers – Maurice Estourgie – retailers´ view on energy labels display and impact

13:00 – 13:45

Discussion and refreshments