Quyết định 04/2017/QD-TTg

Decision No. 04/2017/QD-TTg dated 09 month 03 year 2017, 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

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THE PRIME MINISTER
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence – Freedom - Happiness
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No. 04/2017/QD-TTg

Ha Noi, day 09 month 03 year 2017

 

DECISION

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

Pursuant to the Law on Governmental Organization dated June 19, 2015;

Pursuant to the Law on Economical and Efficient Use of Energy dated June 28, 2010;

Pursuant to Decree No. 21/2011/ND-CP dated March 29, 2011 promulgated by the Government on provisions and implementation measures for the Law on Economical and Efficient Use of Energy;

At the request of Ministry of Industry and Trade;

The Prime Minister has promulgated the Decision 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. 

Article 1: The list of equipment and appliances to which the mandatory energy labeling and minimum energy efficiency standards are applied

1. The regulated household appliances include: straight fluorescent tubes, compact fluorescent bulbs, magnetic and electronic ballasts for fluorescent lights, air conditioners, refrigerators, household washing machines, electric cookers, electric fans, video cameras, LED light bulbs, electric kettles with a water reservoir (hereinafter referred to as electric kettles).    

2. The regulated office and commercial equipment and appliances include: photocopiers, computer monitors, printers, commercial freezers, laptop computers.

3. The regulated industrial equipment and appliances include: distribution transformers, electric engines.

4. The regulated means of transport include: automobiles for the transport of up to 9 persons, motorcycles, mopeds.

Article 2: Roadmap to energy labeling

1. For home and industrial equipment and appliances 

a) 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.   

b) Energy labels are non-mandatory for: LED light bulbs, electric kettles until December 31, 2019 inclusive;

c) From January 1, 2020, energy labels are mandatory for: LED light bulbs, electric kettles.

2. For office and commercial equipment and appliances

a) Energy labels are mandatory for commercial freezers;

b) Energy labels are non-mandatory for: photocopiers, computer monitors, printers;

c) Energy labels are non-mandatory for laptop computers until December 12, 2019 inclusive;

d) Energy labels are mandatory for laptop computers from January 1, 2020;

3. For (manufactured, assembled, imported) means of transport:

a) Energy labels are mandatory for automobiles for the transport of up to 7 persons;

b) Energy labels are non-mandatory for automobiles for the transport of 8-9 persons until December 31, 2017 inclusive; for motorcycles and mopeds until December 31, 2019 inclusive;

c) 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;

4. Energy labels for the equipment and appliances that are not mentioned in Article 1 of this Decision are non-mandatory but still recommended. 

Article 3: Roadmap to application of the minimum energy efficiency standards

1. For household appliances 

Import and manufacturing of any equipment and appliances whose energy efficiency does not satisfy the minimum energy efficiency standards are banned by law (except for those mentioned in Clause 4 of this Article)

2. For industrial, office, commercial equipment and appliances

Import and manufacturing of any equipment and appliances whose energy efficiency does not satisfy the minimum energy efficiency standards are banned by law (except for those mentioned in Clause 4 of this Article)     

3. For light globes (otherwise known as incandescent light bulbs)

Import, manufacturing and trading of the light globes with the power rating of more than 60 W are banned by law.

4. The application of the minimum energy efficiency standards to LED light bulbs, electric kettles and laptop computers will be provided for in the Decision of the Prime Minister on the equipment and appliances that have to be discarded and prohibition of construction of new low-efficiency power plants.

Article 4: Assistance solutions for energy labeling and the minimum energy efficiency standards

1. Invest in construction of specialized laboratories and procurement of experimental equipment, which serve the purpose of energy efficiency certification.

2. Enhance the professional competence of the managers, technicians, and skilled workers involved the experimental process. 

3. Publish the information with respect to the equipment and appliances to which regulations on energy labeling and the minimum energy efficiency standards are applied.

4. Plan the projects for accelerating the energy labeling in consistency with the roadmap specified in this Decision.

Article 5: Organization of the implementation

1. The Ministry of Industry and Trade is responsible for:

a) Providing guidelines, inspecting, and supervising the energy labeling application for the items mentioned in Clauses 1 and 2 Article 2 of this Decision;

b) Taking charge and cooperating with relevant ministries and local authorities to ask for the Prime Minister’s permission to add more items to the energy labeling list.   

c) Developing and adopting assistance measures for implementation of the energy labeling roadmap stipulated in Article 4 of this Decision.

2. The Ministry of Transport is responsible for providing guidelines, inspecting and supervising the energy labeling application for the items mentioned in Clause 3 Article 2 of this Decision.

3. The Ministry of Science and Technology is responsible for:

a) Taking charge and cooperating with relevant ministries and local authorities to set and promulgate the minimum energy efficiency standards;

b) Issuing the minimum energy efficiency standards in accordance with the roadmap stipulated in Articles 2 and 3 of this Decision;

c) Reviewing and republishing the minimum energy efficiency standards every 5 years.

4. The Ministry of Finance is responsible for:

a) Taking charge and cooperating with the Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Ministry of Industry and Trade in laying down the conditions to receive funds from the state budget for application of the energy labeling and the minimum energy efficiency standards.  

b) Taking charge and cooperating with relevant bodies to provide procedures guidance for import of the equipment and appliances regulated in the list.

5. The People’s Committees of provinces shall order their local institutions specializing in energy saving to work with relevant ministries so as to inspect and supervise the application of the energy labeling and the minimum energy efficiency standards in their areas.  

Article 6: Implementation effect

1. This Decision will take effect from April 25, 2017 and supersede Decision No. 51/2011/QD-TTg dated September 12, 2011 and Decision No. 03/2013/QD-TTg signed by the Prime Minister.

2. Ministers, Heads of ministerial agencies, Heads of governmental agencies, Presidents of the People’s Committees of provinces and relevant entities are liable to implement this Decision.

 

 

PP. THE PRIME MINISTER
DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER




Trinh Dinh Dung

 


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