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BEIS consultation: Energy-related products

25 September, 2020

BEIS consultation: Energy-related products

George Bennett

Nick Eyre

Tina Fawcett

Samuele Lo Piano

Stefan Thor Smith

Jacopo Torriti

Consultation response   Buildings & EnergyFlexibilityPolicy & Governance

Download symbolEnergy-related products – call for evidence (pdf, 50 pages, 2 MB. Opens in new tab) Open access symbol

Fiona Brocklehurst (Ballarat Consulting), George Bennett, Brenda Boardman (Environmental Change Institute), Nick Eyre, Tina Fawcett, Samuele Lo Piano, Stefan Smith and Jacopo Torriti

This call from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy invited evidence on the ways to increase energy savings from products.

Full details of the call: Call for evidence on energy-related products, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (opens in new tab).

Summary of our response

CREDS drew on evidence suggesting that enhanced enforcement of existing ecodesign and energy labelling regulations would provide the least-risk, lowest-cost and quickest impact on energy saving.

CREDS’ submission brings together a substantial body of evidence across product groups.

Publication details

Brocklehurst, F., Bennett, G., Boardman, B., Eyre, N., Fawcett, T., Lo Piano, S., Smith, S.T. and Torriti, J. 2020. Energy-related products – call for evidence (pdf, 50 pages, 2 MB. Opens in new tab)

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