Topic about: Energy efficiency

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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Electrolux defines its first Group-wide energy reductions target and launches its Eco-Savings website.

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22 September, 2010

Sustainable design

22 September, 2010

Initially sustainable design focused on creating products with the least possible negative impact on the environment, featuring eco-sound materials, energy efficiency, easy recycling. For Electrolux, sustainable design means all of these things and more....

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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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Tackling climate change is a responsibility Electrolux takes seriously. It is an issue that also presents opportunities. Our climate-smart appliances meet the demands of growing numbers of engaged consumers.

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Under the Group’s Green Spirit banner, a global program for implementing efficient production, Electrolux factories are reducing energy, water and hazardous waste.

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From a life cycle analysis, we know that our greatest potential to positively impact the environment is to improve efficiency of products during use. That’s why Electrolux main focus is developing and promoting the...

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Our products are designed with sustainability in mind—to protect health, enhance life quality and be energy and water-efficient.

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Through a product life-cycle approach, we know how much energy is consumed in manufacturing, during operation and at disposal. The Electrolux Ultrasilencer Green uses 33% less energy and is made with 55% recycled plastic

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