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Documents

In order to keep you informed of the details and progress of the project, we list on this page key public access documents in 'most recent first' order.

This section contains the main documents used as reference, and the IPTS working documents. We welcome your comments and suggestions on these working documents, as this will help us improving them and take your views on board.

 

Date Description Link
August 2014 JRC published background study update

JRC_Comrefrig_Published_August2014

January 2014 Minutes 2nd Technical Working Group Meeting

Minutes_2nd_TWG.doc

December 2013 Presentations 2nd Technical Working Group Meeting

Presentation 2nd TWG.pdf

November 2013 JRC draft Background Document, version 2

JRC Ecodesign Comrefrig November.pdf

May 2013 Minutes 1st Technical Working Group Meeting

Minutes_1st_TWG.pdf

May 2013 Presentations 1st Technical Working Group Meeting

Presentations_1st_TWG.pdf

April 2013 JRC draft Background Document

JRC_Ecodesign_Comrefrig_April2013.pdf

December 2012 BIO IS Preparatory study 2007

BIO_IS_2007.pdf

 

Questionnaires

In the course of the pilot project, questionnaires will be used to collect information and comments from stakeholders. You can find the questionnaires for download below.

Date Description Link
September 2013 Third questionnaire, Energy use

Third_questionnaire.doc

June 2013 Second questionnaire, Scope and definition

Second_questionnaire.doc

December 2012 First questionnaire, General Info

First questionnaire

 

Meetings

We will provide information on stakeholders meetings once available.

Date Venue Link
10 December 2013 Brussels (Belgium)

23 April 2013 Seville (Spain)

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