Energy Rating for Energy Rating Products 1)
In accordance with sections 3 and 7, section 9 (3). 5, section 11, section 13 (3). 3, section 15 (3). 2 and 3, section 21 (3). 4 and 5 and section 25 of the Act 455 of 18. May 2011 on the energy labelling of energy-related products shall be determined in accordance with the authorisation of the climate, energy and construction minister :
Scope and definitions
§ 1. This notice shall apply to energy-related products covered by a delegated act and which are put into circulation or commissioned here in the country, cf. however, section 18 (2). 3.
Paragraph 2. The notice shall not apply to secondhand specimens of an energy-related product.
§ 2. For the purposes of this notice :
1) Other essential resources : Water, chemicals or other products consumed by an energy-related product by normal use and which are not energy.
2) Bringing in circulation : The first time an energy-related product, regardless of the means of selling, is made available in the EU/EEA market for distribution or use in EU/EEA, either against payment or for free.
3) Data let : A standardized schema with information about an energy-related product.
4) Delegated act : Legal acts adopted by the EU institutions, which define requirements for the labelling of specific energy-related products.
5) Energy Label or label : A label that contains information about the energy efficiency class and pictogram of an energy-related product with an indication of the additional information about the product.
6) Energy-related Product :
a) Any product incorporing the use of energy and putting into circulation or putting into service in use, and
b) components intended to be included in energy-related products that are put into circulation or which are used by end users as separate parts, and whose environmental characteristics can be assessed independently.
7) Retrades : A retailer or other natural or legal person who exhiges, sells, including payment, or landlord products intended for end users.
8) Commissioning : The first use in EU/EEA of an energy-related product, in accordance with its objectives.
9) Importer : Any natural or legal person in EU/EEA, which, in the context of its business exercise, puts an energy-related product from a third country in the territory of an EU/EEA country.
10) Vendor : Manufacturer or his / her representative in EU/EEA, which puts an energy-related product in circulation or in use it in the EU-/EECE market, or the importer. If a producer, representative or importer does not exist, any natural or legal person who puts into circulation or incorporates products subject to the law on energy labelling or rules laid down in pursuits of a producer, representative or importer shall be deemed to be a supplier, any natural or legal person who is subject to the rules on energy labelling or the law or a delegated act.
11) Energy Rating Rules : The legislation on energy labelling of energy-related products, rules laid down by the law or delegated acts.
12) Representative : Any natural or legal person established in the EU/EEA, which has received a written mandate from the manufacturer to satisfy all or part of the obligations of the law or rules laid down by the law or a delegated act.
13) SEE : The secretariat of the Eco design and Energy Rating, which is a secretariat established by the Energy Management Board to perform tasks relating to management and coordination of supervisory activities, cf. Section 11 (1). 2, hereinafter referred to as SEE.
14) Additional information : Information beyond the information on energy consumption which is of relevance to or may contribute to the assessment of the consumption of energy or other essential resources on the basis of measurable data.
Responsibility for energy-related products
§ 3. In Article 4 of the Act on energy labelling of energy-related products, the responsibility for the conformity of an energy-related product shall be in accordance with rules on the energy labelling of products, the supplier.
Paragraph 2. After Section 5 (5), 1, in the energy labelling of energy-related energy, the supplier must draw up the energy label, data sheet and technical documentation material in accordance with the law on energy labelling of energy-related products and rules laid down in accordance with the law or a delegated act.
Paragraph 3. After Section 5 (5), 2, in the energy labelling of energy-related products, the responsibility for ensuring that information on the energy label, the data sheet and in technical documentation material is correct, the supplier.
§ 4. After Section 6 (2), 1 and 2 in the energy labelling of energy-related products, resellers, before exhibition, sale, including payment sales, or rental, supply the product with the relevant energy label and a data sheet and ensure that the data sheet of the product is included, in a product brochure or other material, which is also provided to the end user, so that this can be made aware of the data sheet.
Labelling and information requirements
§ 5. An energy-related product shall be provided with an energy label with information on the energy consumption of the product and where relevant, the consumption of other essential resources and additional information. The label shall be drawn up as specified in the product ' s delegated act.
Paragraph 2. The energy label shall be positioned correctly, visible and readable in accordance with requirements laid down in the delegated act for the product.
§ 6. Issume an energy-related product for sale, rental, or sale on the Internet, via the Internet, by mail order, telephone sales or in other ways, which means that the potential end user may not be allowed to see it for the product concerned, before buying or renting a product, the end user shall be made aware of all the information specified on the product's energy label and data sheet, as described in the delegated act of the product.
§ 7. Information on energy labels or in the data sheet must be justified in a technical documentation relating to the product.
§ 8. The technical documentation must contain information as specified in the delegated act of the product.
Paragraph 2. The technical documentation must be drawn up in such a way that it is possible to assess the accuracy of the information and information of the label and data sheets. The documentation must include the following :
1) Supplier's name and address.
2) A general description of the product, which shall ensure a unique identification of the product,
3) The result of design calculations, where appropriate.
4) Testing reports, if available, or similar results from tests, including from relevant notified organisations as defined in other EU regulations.
5) References when the values for similar models are used for these models so that they can be identified.
Paragraph 3. Tests located on the basis of the technical documentation for the model in question must be carried out in accordance with the methods of measurement specified in the relevant delegated act.
Paragraph 4. The methods of measurement referred to in paragraph 1. 3, if not in law, but must be made aware of the fact that they are in the review of the DEA.
Paragraph 5. If such changes are made to the design of an existing model, that the information on the model ' s energy consumption etc. is no longer appropriate, the modified product of a new model shall be considered to have a model designation of its own technical term ; the documentation and the energy label and the data sheet of the correct information.
§ 9. Any advertising, for a particular model of an energy-related product, where energy-related or price information is given, the product ' s energy efficiency class must be indicated.
§ 10. Technical sales material which describes the specific technical parameters of an energy-related product must include information on the energy consumption of the product or contain a reference to the product ' s energy efficiency class.
§ 11. The Energy Management Board shall ensure that an energy-related product brought into circulation or put into service in this country is in accordance with rules on the energy labelling of products.
Paragraph 2. The DEA shall establish a secretariat, SEE, as determined by the Energy Management Board, the tasks related to the energy labelling of energy-related products, including :
1) Coordinate and manage the compliance of products with the energy labelling requirements.
2) Conferment issues to the decisions of the Energy Management decisions concerning injunction and prohibitions.
3) Clause charges for the cost of taking, testing and checking in accordance with section 9 (4). 4, in the energy labelling of energy-related products.
4) Documentation of product conformity with the energy labelling requirements, including technical documentation and data sheets, and carry out verification of the documentation.
5) Carry out checks at negotiators for compliance with the requirements imposed on them.
6) Responses from vendors, resellers, etc., regarding the requirements for energy labelling.
7) See an electronic log of SEE activities, including the journaling of the case flow.
Paragraph 3. The Energy Management Board may, at any time, revoke the authorization for SEE in full or in part.
Paragraph 4. The DEA may assign tasks to experts regarding the measurement and testing and accredited certification tasks.
§ 12. The Energy Management Board may publish the results of the monitoring of suppliers ' compliance with the rules on energy labelling of energy-related products.
Paragraph 2. The Energy Management Board may also publish decisions on injunction and bans in accordance with section 14 (1). 1-4, in the energy labelling of energy-related products.
Paragraph 3. Publication under paragraph 1. 1 and 2 may include :
1) the name and address of the supplier,
2) the time and place of supervision,
3) a description of the product checked, which shall be sufficient to make a unique identification of the model,
4) results of the supervision, including the results of random checks and measurement and control results for further checks on the type of product concerned ;
5) which may have been announced, prohibitions or withdrawal from the market, including content and justification ; and
6) names of natural and legal persons to whom the tender or the ban is addressed.
§ 13. The Energy Management Board may publish the results of the monitoring of negotiators ' compliance with the rules on energy labelling of energy-related products.
Paragraph 2. Publication under paragraph 1. 1 may include :
1) the name and address of the negotiator at which the supervision is carried out,
2) the time of supervision,
3) a description of the product checked, which must be sufficient to make a unique identification of the model and
4) the results of the supervision.
§ 14. The Energy Management Board may publish results of the inspections and decisions on injunction and prohibition in their entirety or parts thereof.
Paragraph 2. Publication under paragraph 1. 1 may be carried out after consultation with the supplier concerned or the negotiator. A survey answer to up to 300 characters is included in the publication.
Paragraph 3. Publication under paragraph 1. 1 may be made, regardless of whether or not a ban on injunction or prohibitions shall be made for the Energy Board. The publication shall indicate, where appropriate, that a decision has been taken for the Energy Agency.
Paragraph 4. Where the supplier or negotiator in relation to published results of the monitoring and decision-making or prohibitions has been documented, has documented that information on the energy consumption of the product and so on is in accordance with rules on energy labelling of energy-related products will be published.
§ 15. Publication can be carried out in electronic form, including on the Energy Management website, www.ens.dk.
Paragraph 2. Publication can also be carried out by sending a press release.
§ 16. The Energy Management Decisions After This Order may be imparted to the Energy Board. Complaguing must have been submitted in writing within 4 weeks of notification of the decision.
Paragraph 2. The decision of the Energy Agency following this notice cannot be brought to the climate and energy minister.
Paragraph 3. The examination of decisions after this notice shall be taken within six months of the notification.
Paragraph 4. Decisions cannot be submitted to the courts until the final administrative decision is available.
§ 17. The penalty shall be penalised by the failure to provide information about the product as specified in sections 6, 9 and 10.
Paragraph 2. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the penal code 5. Chapter.
Entry into force
§ 18. The announcement will enter into force on the 9th. November 2011.
Paragraph 2. At the same time, publication no. 957 of 30. July 2010 on the publication of the results of the monitoring and decisions on the energy-labelling of appliances.
Paragraph 3. The notice shall apply to products that are not yet subject to a delegated act, cf. Section 1 (1). 1 and which are subject to rules laid down in accordance with the law on the promotion of savings in energy consumption, until these are replaced by rules laid down in accordance with the law on energy labelling of energy-related products, cf. Section 26 (1). 4 in the energy labelling of energy-related products.
Climate, Energy, and Building Department, the 4th. November, 2011
/ Henrik Andersen
1) The announcement contains provisions that implement parts of Directive 2010 /30/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19. The year, 2010, on the energy and use of energy-related products, using labelling and standardized product information (recast), EU Official Journal 2010, nr. L153, page 1.