Country:Korea
Year:1988
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:1988
Date Amended:

2015 (Last amendment)

Policy Type:Regulatory Instruments>Other mandatory requirements, Information and Education>Performance Label>Comparison label
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Transport, Non-engine components, Residential Appliances, Residential Appliances, Cooking & Laundry, Lighting, Residential Appliances, Space cooling, Residential Appliances, Space heating, Transport, Transport, Vehicle type, Passenger vehicles
Climate Change Policy Targets:Transport, Passenger
Agency:Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy (MOTIE), Korea Energy Agency (KEA)
URL:http://www.energy.or.kr/renew_eng/main/main.aspx
Energy Efficiency Description:

Manufacturers must disclose the driving distance per unit of fuel(ℓ) and CO2 emissions along with fuel efficiency level(1~5 grades), for manufactured or imported cars with a capacity of maximum 15 passengers, light and small truck excluding subtype, using fuels such as gas, diesel, LPG, electricity. The program aims to standardize labeling standards and fuel efficiency testing procedures, support manufactures to develop high efficiency vehicles, and provide information to consumers so that they can consider both economic and environmental aspects when purchasing a vehicle.

Climate Change Description:

Manufacturers must disclose the driving distance per unit of fuel(ℓ) and CO2 emissions along with fuel efficiency level(1~5 grades), for manufactured or imported cars with a capacity of maximum 15 passengers, light and small truck excluding subtype, using fuels such as gas, diesel, LPG, electricity. The program aims to standardize labeling standards and fuel efficiency testing procedures, support manufactures to develop high efficiency vehicles, and provide information to consumers so that they can consider both economic and environmental aspects when purchasing a vehicle.

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