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The new energy labels and their proper display in appliance shops have been explained to inhabitants of selected regions in Latvia, based on a promotional activity of the Come On Labels project partner in Latvia, Ekodoma.
On June 7th 2012, the ComeOnLabels project manager in Latvia, Julija Bulgakova, gave a training on the EU energy labelling for the Roja municipality employees.
10 people working in the municipality and municipal institution attended a 3 hour training that included topics on history of labelling, it's value for buyers, and importance for environment.
Ekodoma project manager Julia Bulgakova was invited to inform audience of Tehnovizija program of Latvian National Television on EU energy efficiency labels, recent changes and on what the energy labels are about from consumer perspective when buying an appliance for the household. Ekodoma provided information on historical development on the EU energy labels, showed differences between official EU labels and marketing stickers that are often found on the appliances, as well as explained the meaning of the pictograms on the official new energy labels. The program was shown on March, 25th, and repeated later. View it in Latvian here.
The latvian radio station Radio 1 broadcasted on December 16., 2011 a report on new energy labels, taken in a newly opened appliance shop, where the meaning of the energy labels, importance of energy efficient products, instructions for making consumers' own selection criteria at the time of purchaing products etc. was explained to the general public.