"Heating and Cooling Know-How and Solutions" is a project that aim at market transformation for heating and cooling (HAC) appliances and at improving comfort and health of European citizens. Within HACKS, 17 partners in 15 countries are working together to identify best available technologies and to develop information materials for consumers and professionals.
All information can be found on www.topten.eu/hacks.
Topten ACT aims at transforming the European market of energy-using products towards higher energy efficiency. Topten ACT identifies the top energy-efficient products in 16 European countries, and makes this information available to consumers and large buyers on tailored national websites. The most energy efficient models in different product categories (such as household appliances, lighting, office equipment, consumer electronics, cars) are presented with comprehensive product information based on official labels and standardized declarations. Topten works with manufacturers and thus increases both market offer and consumer demand of high energy efficiency products. Topten is strictly neutral and independent from manufacturers and retailers, its selection criteria are always published online. Access to all national websites on the home page of this website: www.topten.eu
|Topten ACT is supported by the European Commission’s research and innovation programme Horizon 2020 (grant agreement No. 649647), and many national organisations (energy agencies, environmental and consumer organisations, research institutes). The Topten ACT project involves 17 partners in 16 European countries. It is coordinated by ADEME (Agence de l’Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l’Energie).|
|Download the Topten ACT factsheet for more information on Topten.eu and the Topten network.
9 partners in 8 countries joined the project ProCold to stimulate the market for efficient commercial refrigerators with green refrigerants. 1000 stakeholders with leverage on the European market will be personally contacted and provided with tools that support them in recognising, procuring and promoting best products.
|ProCold has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649293. The project runs from February 2015 to January 2018.
More info: www.topten.eu/pro-cold
Euro Topten Max
The Euro-Topten Max project was supported by the Intelligent Europe Energy Programme of the European Commission. It gathered 21 partners from 18 countries, sharing experiences on their Topten website, product technologies, communication, etc. The project lasted three years from January 2012 till December 2014.
Euro Topten Plus
First Euro Topten
A first Euro-Topten project was completed at the end of 2008. Click here to see all the deliverables.
All information, results, opinions and arguments employed on Topten do not necessarily reflect the official views of the partners. Neither the EASME nor the European Commission and the project partners are responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.