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Ecodesign and Energy Labelling

Directive 2009/125/EC and Directive 2010/30/EU

Short name:

Ecodesign and Energy Labelling – Framework Directives

Base:

  • Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-related products
    OJ L 285, 31 October 2009
  • Directive 2010/30/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 May 2010 on the indication by labelling and standard product information of the consumption of energy and other resources by energy-related products
    OJ L 153, 18 June 2010

Modification:

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Directives repealed:

  • Directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 July 2005 establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-using products and amending Council Directive 92/42/EEC and Directives 96/57/EC and 2000/55/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council - OJ L 191, 22 July 2005
  • Directive 2008/28/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2008 amending Directive 2005/32/EC establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-using products, as well as Council Directive 92/42/EEC and Directives 96/57/EC and 2000/55/EC, as regards the implementing powers conferred on the Commission - OJ L 81, 20 March 2008 - Amendment Partial Repeal
  • Council Directive 92/75/EEC of 22 September 1992 on the indication by labelling and standard product information of the consumption of energy and other resources by household appliances - OJ L 297, 13 October 1992

Guide for application:

Guidance on CE marking for professionals

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Harmonised standards

There are no references of harmonised standards which have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union under the ecodesign and energy labelling framework directives.

To view the references of harmonised standards which have been published in the Official Journal under the ecodesign and energy labelling implementing measures, please select the short names below.

Implementing measures – Ecodesign and Energy labelling

  •  Directives/Regulations
EcodesignEnergy Labelling
Air conditionersAir conditioners and comfort fans(EU) No 206/2012 EU No 626/2011
BoilersHot-water boilers 92/42/EEC 
CirculatorsCirculators and glandless circulators integrated in products(EC) No 641/2009 
DishwashersHousehold dishwashers(EU) No 1016/2010(EU) No 1059/2010
Electric motorsElectric motors(EC) No 640/2009 
FansFans driven by motors(EU) No 327/2011 
Lamps (directional and LED) Directional lamps, light emitting diode lamps and related equipment(EU) No 1194/2012(EU) No 874/2012
Lamps (household)Non-directional household lamps
(including amendment on ultraviolet radiation)
(EC) No 244/2009
(EC) No 859/2009
(EU) No 874/2012
Lamps (fluorescent)Fluorescent lamps without integrated ballast, for high intensity discharge lamps and for ballasts and luminaries able to operate such lamps (including amendment)(EC) No 245/2009
(EU) No 347/2010
(EU) No 874/2012
Power supplies External power supplies(EC) No 278/2009 
Refrigerating appliancesHousehold refrigerating appliances(EC) No 643/2009(EC) No 1060/2010
Set-top boxes Simple set-top boxes(EC) No 107/2009 
Standby and off mode Electric power consumption standby and off mode of electrical and electronic household and office equipment(EC) No 1275/2008 
TelevisionTelevision(EC) No 642/2009(EU) No 1062/2010
Tumble driers Household tumble driers(EU) No 932/2012(EU) No 392/2012
Vacuum CleanersVacuum Cleaners

(EU) No 666/2013

(EU) No 665/2013
Washer-driers (combined)Household combined washer-driers 96/60/EC
Washing machinesHousehold washing machines(EU) No 1015/2010(EU) No 1061/2010
Water pumpsWater pumps(EU) No 547/2012 

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