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D.4: Regulation: Ecodesign, Labelling and Future Regulatory Areas
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How to Improve the Circularity of Smartphones? A Case Study in the Context of the Ecodesign Directive

Davide Polverini1, Mauro Cordella2, Felice Alfieri2

1European Commission, DG GROW, Brussels, Belgium; 2European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Seville, Spain



Regulating ICT Products Through EU Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Measures – A New Approach

Hans-Paul Siderius

Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Den Haag, The Netherlands



Avoiding Losses of Energy Savings Caused by Possible Circumvention of EU Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Regulation and Standards

Kathrin Graulich1, Ina Rüdenauer1, Prof. Dr. Rainer Stamminger2, Juraj Krivosic3

1Oeko-Institut - Institute for Applied Ecology, Freiburg, Germany; 2University of Bonn, Insitute for Household and Appliance Technology, Bonn, Germany; 3SEVEn - The Energy Efficiency Center, Prague, Czech Republic



New Energy Label: How to Promote the Uptake of More Efficient Energy-related Products

Luca Campadello, Alessia Accili, Gaia Legnani

ECODOM - Consorzio Italiano Recupero e Riciclaggio Elettrodomestici, Lainate, Italy



On-mode Test Method for Computers: Enabling the Development of an Energy Label

Paolo Tosoratti1, Davide Polverini2, Michael Scholand3, Andoni Arregi4, Joan Roig4, Thomas Wucher4, Stephen Fernandes5

1European Commission, DG Energy, Brussels, Belgium; 2European Commission, DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, Brussels, Belgium; 3CLASP Europe, Brussels, Belgium; 4GTD GmbH, Markdorf, Germany; 5Intertek, Buckinghamshire, UK



Sanctioning Planned Obsolescence Practices: Analysis from a Legal Standpoint

Romina Alicia Rutta

University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland



The Future of Regulatory Information Technology in Our Climate Emergency

Damien John McGovern, Luis Torregrosa

Compliance & Risks, Cork, Ireland



 
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