This is the important content prescribed at the Decision No. 04/2017/QD-TTg dated March 09, 2017 of the Prime Minister on the List of equipment and appliances to which the mandatory energy labeling and minimum energy efficiency standards are applied, and the roadmap to their implementation.
In particular, the Prime Minister requires that energy labels are mandatory for home and industrial equipment and appliances that follow: straight fluorescent tubes, compact fluorescent bulbs, magnetic and electronic ballasts for fluorescent lights, air conditioners, electric cookers, refrigerators, electric fans, horizontal-axis and vertical-axis washing machines, video cameras, three-phase distribution transformers, and electric engines. Energy labels are mandatory for automobiles for the transport of 8-9 persons from January 1, 2018; for motorcycles and mopeds from January 1, 2020. From January 1, 2020, energy labels are mandatory for: LED light bulbs, electric kettles…
On roadmap to application of the minimum energy efficiency standards, the Prime Minister requires import and manufacturing of any equipment and appliances whose energy efficiency does not satisfy the minimum energy efficiency standards are banned by law. Import and manufacturing of any equipment and appliances whose energy efficiency does not satisfy the minimum energy efficiency standards are banned by law. Import, manufacturing and trading of the light globes with the power rating of more than 60 W are banned by law…
This Decision takes effect on April 25, 2017
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