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ATLETE. Appliance Testing for Energy Label Evaluation. Introduction. What’s about ? European-wide implementation and control of energy labelling and eco-design implementing measures for appliances Project duration: 24 months Start date: 01 June 2009 Partners

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Appliance testing for energy label evaluation

ATLETE

Appliance Testing for Energy Label Evaluation

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Introduction

Introduction

What’s about ?

  • European-wide implementation and control of energy labelling and eco-design implementing measures for appliances

  • Project duration: 24 months

    • Start date: 01 June 2009

  • Partners

    • ISIS (Institut of Studies for the Integration of Systems) (IT) - Project Coordinator:

    • CECED (European Committee of Domestic Equipment Manufacturers)

    • ENEA(Italian National Agency for new Technology, Energy and the Environment)

    • SEVEn (Energy Efficiency Center- CZ)

    • ADEME(French Environment and Energy Management Agency )

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Main objectives

Main Objectives

Give concrete guidance to EU and National Authorities for an increasingly effective labelling implementation;

Set a largely shared procedure for the verification of the manufacturers' labelling declaration including a methodology for laboratories accreditation and models selection;

Provide the first pan-European testing results on a large number of household appliances;

Contribute to increase the attention of the National Authorities through a better awareness of the impact of the energy labelling on the national energy efficiency.

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Wp structure

WP1: Project Management (ISIS)

WP2: Monitoring & Assessment (ADEME)

WP3: Methodology Definition (ENEA)

WP5:

Appliance Testing

(CECED)

WP4:

Laboratories Selection

(CECED)

WP6: Evaluation Phase (ENEA)

WP7: Communication and Dissemination (SEVEn)

WP8: IEE Dissemination activities (ISIS)

WP-Structure

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Why do we need you

Why Do we need you??

  • To guarantee the overall quality control

  • International Advisory Committee (IAC)

    • Chaired by ISIS

    • Composed by the project partners plus representatives of major stakeholder including EU institutions, public bodies, manufacturers, retailers, associations, consumer groups and NGOs, the media and general public (participation on a voluntary basis)

    • Will meet three times during the lifetime of the project (in combination with the Project meeting ) first meeting 26 November 2009

    • Feedback on reports etc.

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Role of iac 1

guarantee that the overall methodology (“Guidelines for the EU testing of EuP”) defined in WP3 “Methodology Definition” will reflect the national and international experiences in verification

participate to a in-depth technical analysis and discussion among stakeholders, in order to allow to implement successfully the testing phase in WP5;

ensure that the methodology for laboratories selection (which is part of the already mentioned Guidelines) is based on transparent and effective procedures as to insure reliable results (in WP5) at an acceptable cost for the Community;

ensure that the selection of laboratories in WP4 is consistent with the agreed methodology and the practices in use at national level (if any);

Role of IAC (1)

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Role of iac 2

be kept informed of the status of the field work (WP 5 “Appliance testing”), appliance selection and testing by the laboratories and of any problem arising in the WP and of the relevant corrective actions;

be informed of the overall results of the EU assessment of the refrigerator and freezer compliance and in particular in case of non compliant products (WP 6 “Evaluation”);

discuss and agree on the final suggestions and recommendations improvement of Harmonised Standards and/or laboratory testing protocols;

agree with and be involved in as active part for the dissemination of findings and recommendation (during WP7 “Communication and Dissemination”). IAC members will be invited to the project final conference;

actively work in the dissemination.

Role of IAC (2)

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


First step monitoring and assessment ongoing objectives

First step Monitoring and Assessment( ongoing ) : Objectives

Overview of the less known aspects of labellingof household appliances

  • comparison of the different national legislations and highlight of any difference in terms of

    • list of appliances,

    • rules in labelling,

    • organisations which controls

      • the presence of labels in shops

      • the information on labels at national level;

    • and what are their responsibilities;

  • conformity assessment (verification and market control procedures) followed in

    • participating countries,

    • other MS and

    • at international level in the most important regions and markets

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Outputs of wp2

Outputs of WP2

  • European panorama on voluntary and mandatory energy labelling schemes and similar

  • Comparison of Member States and international Conformity Assessment procedures

  • recommendations for an EU conformity assessment methodology will be drafted.

    All input from IAC ( you?) members are welcome

    Timeframe: 5 months

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Major outputs of the whole project

Major outputs of the whole project

  • Pan-European testing results on household appliances

  • Detailed analysis of the non-compliance causes

  • Guidance for EU and National Authorities for effective labelling implementation

  • Validation of the protocols and tools included in the guidelines for the EU testing of EuP

  • Awareness raising of both experts and the general public about the importance of appliance labelling and the project results

  • Methodology for appliances verification in the EU

  • Methodology for the testing of refrigerator and freezers

  • Assessment of level of compliance of refrigerators and freezers within the EU energy labelling scheme

  • Promotional campaign taking place in each participating country

  • Replication of the methodology and protocols for other EuP products

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Results

Results

  • Procedures and protocols for the control of energy labelling and eco-design requirements

  • EU Market transformation towards better appliances in term of energy efficiency

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


Appliance testing for energy label evaluation

Who will join the IAC???

Contact

[email protected]

Thank you for your attention !!!

Madrid , 24/09/09 club EnR WG on ecodesign and labelling


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