Country:Spain
Year:1994
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:International, National
Date Effective:1994
Policy Type:Information and Education>Performance Label, Information and Education>Performance Label>Endorsement label, Information and Education>Performance Label>Comparison label, Information and Education
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Residential Appliances, Commercial/Industrial Equipment
Climate Change Policy Targets:Appliances
Energy Efficiency Description:

Each EU member state is responsible for transposing EU Directives into national law and ensuring compliance with the law. In the case of labelling, EU member states have the responsibility (in addition to ensuring transposition and compliance) to ensure that the labelling schemes are accompanied by educational and promotional information campaigns aimed at encouraging more responsible use of energy by private customers. Spain has implemented all the current EU labelling Directives for residential and commercial appliances (see related policies). - Royal Decree 124/1994 of 28 January 1994, transferring European Union Directive 92/75/EC on energy efficiency labelling on domestic electrical appliances. - Royal Decree 1326/1995 of 28 July, transferred from European Union Directive 94/2/EC on the energy labelling of refrigerators and freezers. - Royal Decree 607/1996 of 12 April, transferred from European Union Directive 95/12/EC on the energy labelling of washing machines. - Royal Decree 574/1996 of 28 March, transferred from European Union Directive 96/60/EC on the energy labelling of tumble dryers. - Royal Decree 864/1998 of 8 May transferred from European Union Directive 97/17/EC on the energy labelling of dishwashers. - Royal Decree 700/1998 of 24 April, transferred from European Union Directive 93/32/EC on the energy labelling of washing machine/tumble dryers. - Royal Decree 284/1999 of 22 February, transferred from European Union Directive 98/11/EC on the energy labelling of domestic lamps.

Climate Change Description:

Each EU member state is responsible for transposing EU Directives into national law and ensuring compliance with the law. In the case of labelling, EU member states have the responsibility (in addition to ensuring transposition and compliance) to ensure that the labelling schemes are accompanied by educational and promotional information campaigns aimed at encouraging more responsible use of energy by private customers. Spain has implemented all the current EU labelling Directives for residential and commercial appliances (see related policies). - Royal Decree 124/1994 of 28 January 1994, transferring European Union Directive 92/75/EC on energy efficiency labelling on domestic electrical appliances. - Royal Decree 1326/1995 of 28 July, transferred from European Union Directive 94/2/EC on the energy labelling of refrigerators and freezers. - Royal Decree 607/1996 of 12 April, transferred from European Union Directive 95/12/EC on the energy labelling of washing machines. - Royal Decree 574/1996 of 28 March, transferred from European Union Directive 96/60/EC on the energy labelling of tumble dryers. - Royal Decree 864/1998 of 8 May transferred from European Union Directive 97/17/EC on the energy labelling of dishwashers. - Royal Decree 700/1998 of 24 April, transferred from European Union Directive 93/32/EC on the energy labelling of washing machine/tumble dryers. - Royal Decree 284/1999 of 22 February, transferred from European Union Directive 98/11/EC on the energy labelling of domestic lamps.

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