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Electrolux has launched a range of professional refrigerators and freezers that meet stringent new European energy-efficiency requirements long before the rules come into effect.

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Energy labels on household appliances have stimulated manufacturers to improve energy efficiency on many products. But energy label systems can’t keep pace with technological development anymore.

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) has provided a 150 million EUR loan to Electrolux for the development of more energy efficient, more user friendly and better performing major and small home appliances.

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Electrolux has published the online edition of the Annual Report and the Sustainability Report for 2014. Announcing a new approach to reinforce Electrolux sustainability leadership, the report highlights 10 key themes where Electrolux can make...

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Ministers at the international talks on clean energy in London announced several initiatives to accelerate global progress on the energy efficiency of appliances. Jan Brockmann, Chief Technology Officer in Electrolux, attended the meeting as...

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Beginning of August means full summer in the Northern hemisphere. In large parts of the world the water scarcity becomes particularly alarming this time of the year.

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Based on thousands of hours of consumer observation and interviews across Europe, the dishwashers offer bigger capacity, better washing results and use less water and energy, meeting today’s consumer needs.

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With the participation of a group of avant-garde Chefs at Electrolux Professional headquarters, the international culinary project Cook it Raw was presented to journalists and food critics on January 22.

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This winter’s cold temperatures in Northern Europe has caused risk for energy shortage. Authorities urges households to use their washing machine and other appliances during nights in order to mitigate power peaks. A smart...

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Electrolux CEO Hans Stråberg challenged policy-makers to introduce consumer incentives for exchanging outdated, energy-thirsty appliances in an op-ed piece in Dagens Industri , Sweden’s leading industry newspaper (August 24).

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