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Welcome to the Come On Labels project!

The Come On Labels project was active between December 2010 and June 2013. Please, contact the project co-ordinator for more information about the project and the follow-up activities.


This website is dedicated to information related to energy labelling of household appliances.

If you are interested in learning more about how energy labelling of household appliances works in the EU and selected individual countries, this is the website to visit!

Here you can find  the following information:

  • Overview of the European and selected national legislation related to appliance labelling,
  • Description of the system of product testing for ensuring the device features’ compliance with the information on the label,
  • Information about known appliance tests undertaken during the duration of the project,
  • Overview of how the proper presence of energy labels should be controlled in shops,
  • Description of the status of label presence in retailer shops according to visits made  by project partners,
  • Examples of promotional activities designed to encourage  the general public to take into account  the information on the energy label in making their purchasing decisions.
  • The ComeOn Labels project and this website relates to all appliance types which bear the energy label – both the “new” energy labels (refrigerating appliances, dishwashers, washing machines, and televisions), and the “old” energy labels (ovens, light sources, air-conditioners, and dryers).


The project, which is part-funded by the European Commissions’ Intelligent Energy Europe Programme, is coordinated by SEVEn, The Energy Efficiency Center, Czech Republic and has partners in 13 European countries. Find your nearest contact point in the Contact section, or contact the coordinator for advice.

Most information on this website is in English, but specific documents are available in a number of languages.