Policy status:In Force
Date Effective:1994
Policy Type:Regulatory Instruments
Policy Target:Multi-Sectoral Policy
Agency:Swedish Energy Agency

Each EU Member State is responsible for transposing EU Directives into national law and ensuring compliance with the law. EU Mandatory Labeling and Eco-labeling Directives Member States have the responsibility (in addition to 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. Sweden has implemented all the current EU labeling directives for residential and commercial appliances (see related policies).

 Sweden has implemented all the current EU standards directives for residential and commercial appliances (see related policies). EU Directive on Fuel Economy and CO2 Labels for Cars has been implemented in Sweden through national regulations 2010:598and 2011:319.

 EU Directive on the Energy Performance of Buildings has been by and large implemented in Sweden through a number of measures, both by the Swedish Energy Agency and the National Board for Housing, Building and Planning. Sweden has implemented EU Directive for Setting Eco-Design Requirements for Energy-Using Products. Sweden is currently in the process of implementing the EU Directive on Energy Efficiency, which replaces the directives on energy end-use efficiency as well as cogeneration of heat and power.

25 Energy Efficiency Recommendations Applied:Cross-sectoral

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