Welcome to Digi-Label

Energy efficiency information at your fingertips

  • Latest information on how energy efficient a product is in store
  • Compare efficiency of different products
  • See how much money an appliance costs to run

Digi-Label is a three year project, running from April 2016 to March 2019, co-funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 programme. The overall aim of the project is to make the EU Energy Label easier to understand and more readily available in-store and online. It will do this by developing digital tools that give consumers more and better data on the energy consumption of appliances, televisions and lighting and by making comparisons between appliances possible. This information will be made accessible at the point of purchase in partnership with retailers and manufacturers, both in-store and online.

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