Products need to be continuously checked for compliance with standards and labeling regulations through rigorous monitoring, verification and enforcement activities. This ensures a fair and level playing field for industry, protects consumer confidence in energy efficient products, and guarantees the investment in and benefits of setting standards and labels.
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Appliance Efficiency in NDCs: Tracking Changes in Nationally Determined Contributions to the Paris Climate Agreement
Appliance efficiency is an important mitigation solution, but it’s often left out of nationally determined contributions (NDCs), CLASP has found. In the leadup to COP28, this report emphasizes the opportunity for governments to bolster their climate commitments by integrating ambitious appliance efficiency targets into the next round of NDCs.
Pathways to Prevent Dumping of Climate Harming Room Air Conditioners in Southeast Asia
CLASP’s new report examines the ongoing, widespread sale of less efficient air conditioners with obsolete refrigerants across Southeast Asia. The research includes actionable solutions which could reduce a billion tons of carbon dioxide emissions over 25 years, and slash consumers energy bills.
Integrating Appliance Efficiency into Nationally Determined Contributions
This report investigates the inclusion of appliance efficiency in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and advises governments on how they can best leverage ambitious appliance efficiency policies when revising climate commitments.
Study to Evaluate Online Energy Labelling Compliance in the EU
E-commerce is steadily growing in the EU, and numerous websites offer energy-using products for sale. In this study, CLASP and our partners assessed the proper display of appliance energy labels and related information on websites. The study covers six EU Member States: Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, France, and Slovakia.
Enabling Reliable Testing Capacity in Southeast Asia
In 2019, CLASP carried out an inter-laboratory comparison exercise in Vietnam—an exercise to assess regional testing capacity of air conditioners and promote more accurate, consistent, and reproducible tests. The Round Robin Testing Report summarizes the RRT exercise findings, analysis results, and recommendations to improve the testing procedures and processes.
The Market Surveillance for Air Conditioners: Voluntary Guidelines for ASEAN Member States
The Market Surveillance for Air Conditioners: Voluntary Guidelines for ASEAN Member States provide best practice for governments and compliance authorities for designing and implementing national market surveillance efforts, or when revising and strengthening the existing ones.