Eco-design & Energy labelling

The EU legislation on Ecodesign creates a framework for the setting of mandatory ecological requirements for all energy-using and energy-related products, with the aim of ensuring the free movement of such products within the internal market. Energy-using products (EUPs) herein refers to products using, generating, transferring or measuring energy, such as boilers, computers, transformers, industrial fans etc., whereas energy related products (ERPs) refers to products which have an impact on energy and can therefore contribute to saving energy, such as windows, insulation material, taps etc. EBC follows this legislation to ensure that burdensome and costly measures are avoided for individually produced products such as specifically adjusted windows and doors.

In addition, EBC follows the EU legislation on energy labelling and related European standards providing manufacturers with guidance on how to classify their products in various energy efficiency classes, developed by the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) and the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC), in order to avoid unnecessary burdens.


  • Sustainable buildings: Stakeholders discuss feedback from Level(s) test phase - - Read more  
  • EBC welcomes the European Green Deal communication - - Read more  
  • EBC in favour of an energy labelling for windows under strict conditions - - Read more  
  • Problematic implementation of energy labelling for windows - - Read more  
  • Ecodesign and Energy Labelling must fit SMEs’ needs - - Read more  
  • UEAPME-EBC comments on ECOFYS study about ecolabelling and ecodesign - - Read more  
  • Construction Forum position on the Ecodesign Directive recast - - Read more