Energy Efficient Products

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Televisions

All televisions and television monitors must be sold displaying an energy label indicating its energy efficiency class. For products placed on the market between 30 November 2011 and 1 December 2013, a label on a scale from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient) had to be used.

For products placed on the market between 1 January 2014 and 31 December 2016, a label on a scale from A+ to F must be used ("applicable from 1 January 2014"). However the supplier may alternatively use a label on a scale from A++ to E ("applicable from 1 January 2017").

For products placed on the market between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2019, a label on a scale from A++ to E must be used ("applicable from 1 January 2017"). However the supplier may alternatively use a label on a scale from A+++ to D ("applicable from 1 January 2020").

For products placed on the market from 1 January 2020 exclusively a label on a scale from A+++ to D can be used ("applicable from 1 January 2020").

Only the class range varies in the different labels, and the reference to the label type in the bottom. All remaining information remains unchanged, such as the company that made or placed the television on the market, the television's model, how energy efficient the television is, the average annual on-mode energy consumption (also in Watts), screen dimension in inches and centimetres, etc

The relevant Regulation (EU) No 1062/2010 can be found here.

The printed label for products sold in a shop has to be at least 60 mm wide and 120 mm high. It must be clearly visible and associated to each displayed product.

To enter the data do display on the label, simply click on the relevant energy label thumbnail image below.

When on the Internet, be sure to use an energy label size allowing clear visibility and legibility. Templates for nested display arrows for Internet energy labels can be found here.

Energy labels for Televisions

Label for Televisions Classes A to GLabel for TV Classes A to G applicable from 30 November 2011
Label for Televisions Classes A+ to FLabel for TV Classes A+ to F applicable from 1 January 2014
Label for Televisions Classes A++ to ELabel for TV Classes A++ to E applicable from 1 January 2017
Label for Televisions Classes A+++ to DLabel for TV Classes A+++ to D applicable from 1 January 2020