Energy efficiency in household appliances

Energy efficiency in household appliances

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The first International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Household Appliances was held in Florence, Italy, in November 1997. This book provides a full account of presentations made, discussions a conclusions reached during the four days of the Conference. It offers a comprehensive picture of the issues at stake, of the results achieved so far through the design a application of standards, the promotion of a better consumer information, the development of energy efficient products a technologies as well as of test methods a other analytical tools. It covers the full range of domestic appliances, with specific sections dealing with White Goods, Air Conditioning, Water Heating, Consumer Electronics a Domestic Lighting. Best practice examples are presented, drawn from a wide range of international experiences. Future perspectives are illustrated, including both technology a policy options a the conditions for their implementation.proceedings of the First International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Household Appliances, 10-12 November ... repair costs, etc., and finally the Life Cycle Costs and PayBack Period to the consumer of the various design options. ... Through CECEDa#39;s sister organisations in Italy (ANIE), Germany (ZVEI), the UK (AMDEA) or directly (Bosch-Siemens, AEG, Electrolux, Whirlpool, Merloni Elettrodomestici, anbsp;...

Title:Energy efficiency in household appliances
Author:Paolo Bertoldi, Andrea Ricci, Boudewijn Huenges Wajer
Publisher:Springer Verlag - 1999


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