Energy and Eco-Design Group

The Energy and Eco-design Group (EEG) is for techUK members to explore UK and European regulatory developments relating to energy use, carbon reporting, energy labelling and eco-design of products as well as the underpinning standards and market surveillance.

The group is currently focused on monitoring and influencing policy development within BEIS and Defra in the EU's circular economy package, eco-design measures for energy and material efficiency as well as looking at energy compliance issues faced by members in their business operations including ESOS, energy auditing and carbon reporting. It considers more broadly future energy risks associated with the growth of digital technologies.

The group is open to all members.

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