Law (2011:721) Concerning The Labelling Of Energy-Related Products

Original Language Title: Lag (2011:721) om märkning av energirelaterade produkter

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section 1 of this Act are carried out a European Parliament and Council

Directive 2010/30/EU of 19 May 2010 on the indication by labelling and

standardized product information energy related

products ' use of energy and other resources.



The law contains provisions relating to end users of the

energy-related products should be provided information on these

products ' use of energy and of other essential

resources. Information should be provided in the form of labelling of the product

and of the attached standard product information.



The law does not apply to used energy-related products.



Definitions



paragraph 2 of this law means



other essential resources means water, chemicals or any other

substance consumed by a product under normal conditions of use,



energy-related product "means a product which is covered by

regulations in a delegated act according to article 10 of Directive

2010/30/EU,



manufacturer: a manufacturer or a manufacturer's representative

or an importer which emits an energy-related product on

Union market or which makes it possible to put it to use on

Union market,



representative: a natural or legal person established

within the European Union and that of a manufacturer rated

written power of attorney to act on his behalf in the case of

all or part of the obligations under this Act,



"importer" means any natural or legal person established within the

The European Union and that in his trade releases

a product from a third country on the Union market or makes

It is possible to put it to use on the Union market,



dealer means a retailer or other person who

Professional exhibits or offers energy related

products intended for the end user, whether this

to occur by sale, rental or hire purchase of products,



to place a product on the Union market: making a

product available for the first time on the Union market in

order to spread or use within the Union regardless of

If it is done for profit or free of charge and irrespective of the

sales technique used,



adoption of a product on the Union market: for the first

supply of a product for its intended purpose within the Union.



If there is no such provider referred to in the first

the paragraph is the responsibility of the supplier's obligations under this Act

any natural or legal person who places the product

or which makes it possible to put it to use on the Union market.



Labels and fiches



section 3 of A supplier shall provide free of charge a label

and an information sheet to all copies of a

energy-related product. For built-in or installed

products, this applies only if it is provided in the delegated

Act covering the product.



The label and the Fiche shall contain the information

required by the delegated Act for the product and in

be designed so that end users can take advantage of

the information.



4 section When an energy-related product is displayed for sale,

rental or hire purchase of products to the end user to Reseller

or otherwise exhibit product attaching the label of

product. This should be done in such a way that the tag easily

can be read and otherwise in the manner set out in the delegated

Act. In addition, the information sheet be available in

connection to the product.



5 § When an energy-related product is offered for sale,

rental or hire purchase of products in such a way that any

end users cannot see the product exhibited should

dealer or otherwise offering the product

clearly provide the information indicated on the label and in

the information sheet in the manner specified in the delegated

Act.



section 6, When an energy-related product is sold to end users to

the seller ensure that the product is provided with a label and

the information sheet included in the documents accompanying the

product.



section 7 of The otherwise than what is stated in paragraphs 4 and 5 do

advertising for a particular model of an energy-related product and

in the commercial energy-related information or leave information

If the price to be in advertising also leave a reference to

the energy efficiency class.



section 8 of The providing technical promotional material relating to a

energy-related product and describe the specific technical

the parameters of the product, the promotional literature to leave the

information about the product's energy consumption as an end user

likely to require or provide information on the

energy efficiency class.



Technical documentation



9 § provider shall ensure that the technical documentation

in respect of an energy-related product is established. Documentation

shall contain the information required by the authorising officer by delegation

Act for the product.



section 10 of the provider shall keep the technical documentation

available for inspection for a period of five years from the last

product concerned was manufactured.



If the supplier is the importer will be documentation

available in five years after the importer has imported the

the last copy of the product.



The supplier shall on request keep an electronic version of the

the documentation available to the supervisory authority of a

Member State of the European Union and of the European

the Commission. This will take place within 10 working days of the

the supplier received the request.



Ban



11 § energy-related product must not labeled,

marks, symbols or inscriptions which do not comply with the requirements

applicable to the product, whether the measure can lead to

misunderstanding or confusion on the part of end users of the product

the use of energy or other essential resources.



Procurement



section 12 of the contracting authorities referred to in Chapter 2. section 19 of the Act

(2007:1091) on the award of public contracts, where public

procurement of energy related products strive to

only procure products which meet the criteria for the

the highest performance levels and of the highest

energy efficiency class.



The first subparagraph applies, however, only for the procurement of such

contracts as referred to in the law on public contracts and whose

value is equal to or exceeds the thresholds laid down in

3 Cape. paragraph 1 of the law on public procurement.



Supervision



13 § Supervision over compliance with this Act, the regulations

a court in connection with the Act and regulations in a

delegated act according to article 10 of Directive 2010/30/EU is exercised by

the Government determines the (regulator).



section 14 of the supervisory authority shall ensure that the provisions of

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1222/2009 of

25 november 2009 on the labelling of tyres with respect to

fuel efficiency and other essential parameters are followed.



section 15, the regulatory authority may inform the injunctions and

ban needed to act, the rules have

a court in connection with the Act, the provisions of a

delegated act according to article 10 of Directive 2010/30/EU and

the provisions of Regulation (EC) no 1222/2009 should be followed. A

injunction or prohibition may be subject to a penalty.



An injunction on a supplier's obligations under 10

paragraph shall be effective immediately.



section 16 of A notice under section 15 shall be valid for one provider

to provide the information, documents, commercial samples and

similar needed supervision. Such an injunction

shall be effective immediately.



17 § in order to carry out its functions under this Act

the supervisory authority has the right to get access to areas,

rooms and other areas related to the

business regulatory concerns, other than housing.



The police authorities shall, on request, provide the supervisory authority

assistance needed for the purposes of the first subparagraph.



A request referred to in the second subparagraph may be made only if the



1. due to the particular circumstances give reason to suspect that

the action cannot be taken without a police man's special

powers under section 10 of the Police Act (1984:387) need

be used, or



2. otherwise, there are exceptional circumstances.

Law (2014:747).



section 18 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

may provide for an obligation on a provider to

replace the regulator's costs for sampling and

study on the test of



1. an energy-related product, or



2. deck according to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no

1222/2009 of 25 november 2009 on the labelling of tyres with

respect to fuel efficiency and other essential parameters.



Regulations, however, should only refer to cases where the product proved to

not comply with the requirements laid down by this law, according to

rules given in conjunction with the law, according to

regulations in a delegated act according to article 10 of Directive

2010/30/EU or pursuant to the provisions of Regulation (EC) no

1222/2009.



Appeal



section 19 of the regulator's decision under this Act may

be appealed to a general administrative court.



Leave to appeal is required upon appeal to the cams right.



Transitional provisions



2011:721



1. This law shall enter into force on 1 november 2012 in terms of section 14 of

and in the 20 July 2011.



2. Act (1992:1232) on the labelling of household appliances to

to expire on 20 July 2011.



3. The repealed law continues to apply in respect of

products covered by the regulation, which has been communicated with

support of the repealed Act. However, this does not apply if such

product subject to a delegated act according to

Article 10 of Directive 2010/30/EU.