Revision of the Energy Labelling Directive

Published: 22 February 2008

Policies & Issues: Energy & Climate

Orgalime believes that the energy label can, in certain areas, be a useful and valuable tool that can also contribute to the implementation of the EU’s energy and climate change objectives, while at the same time generating positive effects on our industry’s competitiveness. 

It should therefore be one instrument in a tool box for manufacturers of our industry.

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