In the view of the decisive trilogue meeting on the Commission proposal for a new Energy Labelling Framework Regulation to be held on 21 March 2017, the undersigning organisations recall the joint priorities of the affected industry in the interest of preserving the success, credibility and ove'all workability of this crucial EU policy instrument.

Establishing a common methodology for the calculation of the weight of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) placed on the national market in each Member State and a common methodology for the calculation of the quantity of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) generated by weight in each Member State.

In a second letter to the President of the European Commission, home appliance manufacturers depict the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic impact on the sector and the current state of things.

The Draft EU Ecodesign and Energy Labelling omnibus amendments for home appliances is now open for consultation. The Commission proposals will amend several pieces of legislation due to technical inconsistencies that were found in the texts.

Homa appliances joins signatories of the APPLiA's Code of Conduct on VIPs.

European Commission sets exceptional measures for implementation of the new Energy Labelling.

The home appliance industry foresees the environmental downsides of inaction today.

A glance at the achievements completed by the home appliance sector in thriving energy efficiency, fostering connectivity and stimulating Europe's growth. From APPLiA's 4th Statistical Report, the goals of a climate-neutral Europe are one step closer.

The home appliance industry calls the European Commission for extraordinary measures to help the sector cope with the unprecedented situation generated by the outbreak of COVID-19.