Bringing Online in Line

Contribution to an Impact Assessment for the Delegated Act to Implement the Online Provisions of the Revised Energy Related Products Directive

Published in: Bringing Online In Line: Contribution to an Impact Assessment for the Delegated Act to Implement the Online Provisions of the Revised Energy Related Products Directive, 2014

Posted on RAND.org on December 29, 2014

by Jonathan Cave, Jeremy Millard, Maarten Botterman

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This study assesses the likely impacts of implementing the online provisions of the revised Energy Related Products Labelling Directive. It is foreseen in the revised Directive that these provisions be implemented using a Delegated Act. The study makes clear recommendations as to how the act should be framed and provides the necessary supporting analysis and evidence for its conclusions.

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