After 30 months of collaborative work, how well are we delivering on our promises, and how much progress have we made to date ? In June 2019, the EU-funded EEPLIANT3 Concerted Action pledged reinforced transnational compliance controls and a series of innovations to improve the market surveillance of energy-related products placed on the Single Market. We promised a transformational change to help fulfil part of the EU’s climate commitments by 2050.
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The below results are based on samples of products from the markets in the participating countries. As in most market surveillance activities, the results represent the targeted efforts that authorities undertake to identify non-compliant products. They do not present a statistically valid picture of the situation of the whole market.
Tests were undertaken at accredited laboratories and focussed on those requirements that have the largest impact on energy efficiency.