EU energy efficiency labels
EU energy labels have become a common sight in home appliance showrooms – they’re found on a selection of white goods and other products and are designed to help customers see how energy efficient a model is before they buy.
But what exactly does an energy label tell you about a particular item? We’ve been taking a closer look at how appliances are awarded an energy-efficiency rating, how you can compare models and what you should look for when you’re out shopping.
Products carrying an EU energy efficiency label
- Washing machines, washer-dryers and tumble dryers
- Fridges, freezers and fridge freezers
- Electric ovens
- Energy-saving light bulbs
- Air conditioners