Some technicians involved in the LabelPackA + project focus on energy labeling for heating systems up to 70 kW. That set, designed for systems made up of multiple devices, still has little application and skepticism by many installers. The European Regulation and the relevant guidelines for compulsory labeling of heating systems came into force on 26 September 2015. Since then, all new installations for heating and sanitary hot water up to 70 kW , of individual products or sets, must be labeled with energy efficiency.
At a distance of two years, LabelPackA + partners , a project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon2020 program to support the introduction of energy labeling for heating, hot water and combined systems, begin to assess measures of application. The project is implemented in six European countries by eleven participating organizations (bottom of the site for further information).
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