Midea, the first appliance manufacturer to obtain the new energy label A and sound level A

Midea , the world’s No. 1 selling manufacturer of air handling appliances *, has become the first Chinese brand to obtain the double A certification of energy label A and sound level A , of the new design standard eco-energy of the European Union.

The new regulation, which came into force on April 1 of this year, affects certain categories of household appliances, such as refrigerators, washing machines or dishwashers, and differs from the previous standard by changing their labels.

The new energy labeling has gone from being from A to A +++, to being from G to A. Consequently, the class A +++ up to now would be equivalent to the current C or lower, so the new standard seeks to give a margin of improves appliance manufacturers by encouraging them to develop much more efficient and environmentally friendly models.

Obtaining this certification by Midea has been possible thanks to the great efforts made by it in the field of innovation. During this year , it has opened 28 R&D centers in 11 countries. With them, the brand not only seeks to have the opportunity to launch better home appliances on the market, both in terms of design and efficiency, but also to contribute its grain of sand to the global technological race for the preservation of the planet. Likewise, the recognition comes from the launch of a new combi refrigerator with energy classification A and sound level A, to which, at the end of the year, a whole range of electrical appliances with energy certificates between C and A will be added. This range consists of combi and multi-door refrigerators, side by side and, chest and built in models

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