Όλα τα έγγραφα του έργου
The information materials that were produced within the Come On Labels project in Greece (e.g. posters and leaflets) were distributed in 89 municipalities across Greece. The material was displayed in municipal premises, so that both consumers and municipal employees could be informed about the new energy labels of electric household appliances. Municipalities of different size and geographical position were selected, so that an important number of citizens across the country could be reached.
The Greek project partner, CRES, has prepared and printed a training manual on the energy labelling of air conditioning systems. The manual explains the new energy labels, the main characteristics of the new legislation, the obligations of suppliers and retailers, how the energy labels should be displayed both in retail shops and in internet shops and how the market will be affected by ecodesign requirements. The manual was welcomed by SVEIS (greek national CECED office) and it will be distributed to its members, as well as to other interested relevant stakeholders.
The Consumers Union Quality of Life has published an electronic article on the use of the energy label to help consumers select more economic and energy efficient appliances.
The Greek project partner, CRES, has printed the retailer training manual that was developed within the framework of the project. The manual will be circulated to retailers, but also to other relevant stakeholders.
The Greek project partner CRES has published an article on the new energy labels for household appliances and the "Come On Labels" project on the online research tool EcoTopten.gr.
It has also published an article introducing the new energy labels for household appliances and the "Come On Labels" project on the homepage of the Greek Consumers Centre (ELKEKA). Additionally, the article has been sent via email to all registered members of ELKEKA.