Programme: Horizon 2020
Lifetime: 30 months, from 9/1/2019 to 2/28/2022
Key words: Communication, Dissemination, Energetic efficiency, Consumers, Public Procurement Personnel, Energy saving
The EU energy label has been designed to provide consumers with accurate, recognisable and comparable information regarding energy consumption, performance and other essential characteristics of domestic household products. It allows consumers to immediately identify a product’s energetic efficiency, giving the possibility to evaluate costs and its environmental impact.
In consideration of the continuous improvement in terms of energetic efficiency, the current classification is going to be rescaled. This will cause strong uncertainty both on supply side (production, distribution and retail) and demand side. The issues related to logistical aspects and correct product identification will generate additional costs for companies and confusion for consumers
BELT has the intent to smooth this transition phase through:
BELT will create communication campaigns, organize workshops and develop training activities able to reach 7 Nations, 20 millions stakeholders and 4.400 market operators.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 847043
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