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Adam Romanowski, DG ENER, C3 Consultation Forum meeting, 20 September 2011 The 2 nd Ecodesign Working Plan (2012 – 2014) - Part 1: state of implementation.

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1 Adam Romanowski, DG ENER, C3 Consultation Forum meeting, 20 September 2011 The 2 nd Ecodesign Working Plan (2012 – 2014) - Part 1: state of implementation -

2 The 2 nd Ecodesign Working Plan ( ): State of implementation of the Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Legislation between (Part 1 – presentation by Adam Romanowski, DG ENER, C3) Work program for (Part 2 – presentation by Cesar Santos Gil, DG ENTR, B1)

3 What is the state of implementation? Two documents identified 18 priority products 2005 – 2008: 2005 Ecodesign Directive 2005/32/EC 2009 – 2011: The 1 st Ecodesign Working Plan ( ) 37 preparatory studies (26 from 2005/32/EC + 11 from the 1 st WP) 17 implementing measures adopted (savings: approx. 380 TWh) (12 ecodesign + 5 energy labelling) + 1 tyre labelling legislation + 1 directive on hot-water boilers Priority products from 2005/32/EC Ecodesign Directive (Article 16): 1. Heating and water heating equipment 2. Electric motor systems 3. Lighting in both the domestic and tertiary sectors 4. Domestic and professional appliances 5. Office equip. in the domestic and tertiary sectors 6. Stand-by losses for a group of products 7. Consumer electronics 8. HVAC systems (heating, ventilation, air condition.) Priority products from the 1 st WP ( ): 9. Air-conditioning and ventilation systems 10. Electric and fossil fuelled heating equipment 11. Food preparing equipment 12. Industrial and laboratory equipment 13. Machine tools 14. Network, data processing and data storing equip. 15. Refrigerating and freezing equipment 16. Sound and imaging equipment 17. Transformers 18. Water-using products

4 Lot 11 - Circulators Lot 11 - Electric motors Lot 11 - Fans Lot 19 - Domestic lighting I - light bulbs Lot 8 & 9 - Tertiary sector lighting I - lamps and ballasts Lot 13 - Domestic refrigeration (+ labelling) Lot 14 - Domestic dishwashers (+ labelling) Lot 14 - Domestic washing machines (+ labelling) Lot 17 - External power supplies Lot 16 - Standby and off-mode losses Lot 5 - Televisions (+ labelling) Lot 18 - Simple set top boxes Lot 10 - Airco & comfort fans (only labelling) 17 adopted ecodesign and energy labelling implementing measures:

5 Future actions (till 2014) 32 Implementing measures 22 ecodesign & 10 energy labelling measures under preparation 4 Voluntary agreements to be recognised 9 Preparatory studies 4 studies to be finished & 5 studies to be launched 11 Revisions 8 ecodesign & 3 labelling measures to be revised 2012 (10 + 6) Lot 1 – Boilers and combi-boilers (+ labelling) Lot 1 – Water heaters (+ labelling) Lot 11 – Electric fans Lot 19 – Domestic lighting II labelling ) Lot 16 – Domestic tumble driers (+ labelling) Lot 17 – Vacuum cleaners (+ labelling) Lot 3 – Computers Lot 3 – Displays Lot 25 – Non-tertiary coffee machines (+ labelling) Lot 26 – Networked standby appliances + Tyre labelling regulation 2013 (11 + 4) Lot 8&9 – Tertiary sector lighting II (only labelling) Lot 15 – Solid fuel small combustion installation Lot 24 – Prof. machines, dryers and dishwashers Lot 10 – Domestic ventilation/kitchen hoods Lot 6 – Large air-conditioners Lot 20 – Local room heating systems Lot 21 – Central heating products Lot 22 – Dom. and com. ovens (+ labelling) Lot 23 – Dom. and com. hobs and grills(+ labelling) Lot 25 – Non-tertiary coffee machines (+ labelling) Lot 1 – Commercial refrigerating equipment Lot 2 – Transformers 2014 (1) Lot 4 – Laboratory and industrial equipment To be finished Lot 20 – Local room heating systems Lot 21 – Central heating products Lot 22 – Domestic and commercial ovens Lot 23 – Domestic and commercial hobs and grills To be launched Lot 27 – Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) Lot 28 – Pumps for private and public waste water and for fluids with high solids content Lot 29 – Pumps for private and public swimming pools, fountains and aquariums as well as clean water pumps Lot 30 - Motors outside the scope of the Regulation 640/2009 on electric motors Lot 31 - Compressors 2012 Lot 5 – Televisions 2013 Lot 7 – External power supplies 2014 Lot 18 – Simple set top boxes Lot 19 – Domestic lighting I – light bulbs Lot 8 & 9 – Tertiary sector lighting I – lamps and ballasts Lot 13 – Domestic refrigeration (+ labelling) Lot 14 – Domestic dishwashers (+ labelling) Lot 14 – Domestic washing machines (+ labelling) 2012 Lot 4 – Imaging equipment Lot 18 – Complex set top boxes 2014 Lot 3 – Game consoles Lot 5 – Machine tools

6 (Too ambitious?) planning in the past (Complex?) preparatory & adoption procedure (Significant?) increase of implementing and communication activities –Checks of the legislation –Guidelines, memos, press releases, FAQs –Standardisation process (39 standardisation mandates launched) –Calls for tenders, contracts, requests for service –ADCO and WG meetings, workshops, conferences –Strategies, roadmaps, policy documents –Replies to queries sent by the EP, market surveillance authorities, stakeholders (NGOs, industry), media, citizens What were the challenges?

7 (Too ambitious?) planning in the past More reliable planning that takes into account available resources as well as ongoing activities (Complex?) preparatory & adoption procedure The study on the revision of the Ecodesign Directive will assess the procedure and identify its weakest points Setting tighter ecodesign requirements for a longer time period (e.g. BAT as Tier III) Fast track procedure for the expected reviews (Significant?) increase of implementing and communication activities Outsourcing of non-legislative tasks (e.g. communication – helpdesk) Reinforced standardisation process (e.g. NGOs, NA consultants) Better support to and follow-up of national market surveillance activities Support of other actors: EACI, JRC, Member States and stakeholders How can we improve the situation?

8 Thank you! Adam Romanowski European Commission Directorate General for Energy Unit C3 - 'Energy Efficiency & Intelligent Energy' Ecodesign Team DM /20 Rue de Mot 24/26 BE Brussels (Belgium) Tel:


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