The home appliance industry in COVID-19 times.

How is the home appliance sector coping with the impending shortage of semiconductors supplies? What is key to a successful EU chips strategy? Alvaro Vilas, APPLiA’s Junior Digital and Competitiveness Policy Officer, discusses in the fourteenth episode of APPLiA’s digital interviews.

In the context of the series of short digital interviews launched by APPLiA, the thirteenth episode features Mr Matteo Rambaldi, APPLiA’s Policy Director for Energy, on how product differentiation helps to drive energy efficiency.

In the context of the series of short digital interviews launched by APPLiA, the twelfth episode features Mr Paolo Falcioni, APPLiA’s Director General, on why CBAM, in its current format, is detrimental to European competitiveness. All, in a new engaging format.

The eleventh episode of APPLiA’s digital interviews is now available. APPLiA’s Director General, Paolo Falcioni, met Giulia Zilla, APPLiA’s Policy Manager for Energy and Environment to discuss microplastics and report on the EU approach undertaken to tackle the issue.

The tenth episode of APPLiA’s series of short digital interviews is now available. Maite Castells, APPLiA Environment Junior Policy Specialist, covered repair and the latest developments on the topic at the EU level. 

The ninth episode of APPLiA’s series of short digital interviews is now available. Paolo Falcioni, APPLiA Director General, sheds light on the role of the home appliance industry in the ongoing COP 26, the United Nations summit addressing climate change, currently taking place in Glasgow. 

The eight episode and special edition of the APPLiA’s series of short digital interviews is now available. Mr Eric Dewaet, CEO of Recupel, illustrates the impacts of e-waste on the environment and the key role played by consumers with this regard.

The seventh episode of the APPLiA’s series of short digital interviews is now available. Our expert, Alvaro Vilas, provides the latest developments on the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) as part of the Fit for 55 package.