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Reference
Ares(2018)476175
Type
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Regulatory measure on the review of ecodesign requirements for lighting products - (EU) No 1194/2012

Department
Directorate-General for Energy
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26 January 2018 - 23 February 2018
Feedback status: Open

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  • David Galadí Enríquez (Spain)
    15 February 2018 EU citizen

    David Galadí Enríquez (Spain)

    Lamp labelling should include a reliable estimator of the amount of blue light produced by the device. Recent research on artificial light at night, light pollution, chronobiology and circadian medicine, and ecosystems, show the potential effects of light at night in these fields, and very specially of blue light. We propose adding the G index (described in the attached document and in the references therein) to lamp labelling, beside other...

  • Anonymous (Germany)
    14 February 2018 EU citizen

    Anonymous (Germany)

    EU citizen, working as a consultant on energy policy First of all I appreciate the opportunity for giving comments on this way. However I see a need to improve the process of public consultation in some points. i) The Inception Impact Assessment as well as the draft regulations, sent by the Commission on 13 November 2017, are written in only one of the 24 official languages of the EU, i. e. English. That limits the group of those who can...

  • CLER - Réseau pour la Transition Energétique (France)
    14 February 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    CLER - Réseau pour la Transition Energétique (France)

    Our views on the Commission’s proposal are summarised in the attached paper: https://goo.gl/NSvjpG We are in favour of Option 5 because Ecodesign & Energy Labelling requirements for lighting help mitigate climate change and help EU citizens save on their bills, and we strongly support the efforts made by the Commission intention to better integrate lighting in a Circular Economy, notably by introducing requirements on the removability of...

  • iFixit (Germany)
    12 February 2018 Company/business organisation

    iFixit (Germany)

    Our views on the Commission’s proposal are summarised in the attached paper: https://goo.gl/NSvjpG We are in favour of Option 5 because Ecodesign & Energy Labelling requirements for lighting help mitigate climate change and help EU citizens save on their bills, and we strongly support the efforts made by the Commission intention to better integrate lighting in a Circular Economy, notably by introducing requirements on the removability of...

  • Anonymous (Germany)
    12 February 2018 Non-EU citizen

    Anonymous (Germany)

    The primary function of Christmas light chain using LED and Lighting Motif object of Christmas/ Festivity theme using LED light chain are clearly for decoration use, not for normal lighting use. (no matter what kind of LED light color is used). These kinds of lighting products are used during a specific festival period within a year by domestic users or commercial users. These kinds of product are usually consisted of a string of un...

  • CER aisbl - Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (Belgium)
    5 February 2018 Company/business organisation

    CER aisbl - Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (Belgium)

    The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), the European Railway Infrastructure Managers (EIM), the Association of the European rail manufacturing industry (UNIFE), the International Union of Wagon Keepers (UIP), the European Passenger Train and Traction Operating Lessors' Association (EPTTOLA) and the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) – hereinafter referred to as “the European railway sector” - are...

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