Registration for stakeholder webinar 26th March 2021 10:00-13:00 CET

Registration is open for the 2nd stakeholder meeting for the Preparatory study for the Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Working Plan 2020-2024, which will be held as a webinar on 26th March 2021 10:00-13:00 CET. Please register by filling in the form below before 19th March COB. Shortly after this deadline, we will inform you if you have been granted participation.

 

The webinar will be held using the Webex. Please note that the meeting will be recorded for the purpose of writing the minutes, for which you will need to grant us permission in advance, in accordance with GDPR stipulations (see registration form below).

 

Please notice that the total amount of participants is limited to 180 external participants. If the number of registrations exceeds this number, we will ensure a balanced representation across all main relevant sectors and interested parties. This means that we may need to limit the participation to one webinar connection from each organisation. Please indicate in the registration form if you are the spokesperson for your organisation – if this is the case, we will prioritise the confirmation of your registration. NB: One webinar connection could host several participants joining from the same meeting room.

 

The meeting will be held as a webinar due to the COVID-19 situation and due to an expected high number of participants, discussions and oral interventions by the participants will be limited. The main aim of the webinar is to present the remaining working carried out since the first stakeholder meeting.

 

Written comments can be provided after the stakeholder meeting.

 

Further instructions on joining the webinar will be provided to registered participants in advance of the meeting.

 

We thank you all in advance for your cooperation and look forward to the forthcoming stakeholder consultation.

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Viegand Maagøe A/S, Oeko-Institut e.V. & Van Holsteijn en Kemna BV

Study conducted for the European Commission