The Revision Study develops the background data analysis to a stage where policy-makers are enabled to propose a mix of policy options and technical requirements for the product group in question. The data to be compiled must comprehensively summarise the environmental, market, socio-economic and technical information for the product group concerned. The Preparatory Study addresses the following tasks, in accordance with the Methodology for the Ecodesign of Energy-related Products (MEErP) developed by the European Commission:
Stakeholder involvement is a crucial part of this study, for data collection and joint analysis. Stakeholder contact is organised through a structured technical working group process.
This figure shows an indicative timeline of the project:
The first Technical Working Group (TWG) meeting to discuss on the draft reports took place on 19 March by means of webinar. The second TWG meeting is indicatively planned by the end of 2020. If you would like to attend the meeting, please contact us at: JRC-B5-COOKING@ec.europa.eu
No ongoing consultation