For electronic displays including televisions, computer monitors and digital signage displays, the current regulations are Energy Labelling (EU) No 2019/2013 and Ecodesign (EU) No 2019/2021. They came into effect in March 2021. Once the review process for those regulations is initiated, Topten will publish new policy recommendation on this page.
Standards and Labels
- European Commission: Directorate-General for Energy, Brussels, Belgium
- European Commission: Enterprise and Industry, Brussels, Belgium
- European Commission, Eco-design of Energy Label
- The European council for an energy efficient economy eceee provides a status overview on all products in the Ecodesign & Energy Labelling process
- Coolproducts informs about the EU ecodesign process on TVs and other products. It is a coalition of NGOs' campaign for a stronger, fast Ecodesign Directive to save the climate and money.
- ECOS (Ecostandard) is an international NGO with a network of members and experts advocating for environmentally friendly technical standards, policies and laws.
- EPREL (European Product Registry for Energy Labelling) is the European product database. Products with an energy label are registered in EPREL in order to provide consumers with detailed product information.
09/2022 Bush, Hepp