The activities of Euroconsumers are many and varied, ranging from coordinated enforcement actions to partnerships with market players, surveys, European grants projects’ development, market research and international events.
HARP project shows consumers are ready to change their home heating habits
Can consumers and professionals work together to heat homes more efficiently and with less carbon impact? Read the results from Heating Appliances Retrofit Programme (HARP) campaigns to accelerate consumer and industry change.
CICLE project – can consumer law enforcement be boosted by the power of complaints data?
Find out how Euroconsumers’ members OCU in Spain and Altroconsumo in Italy will use consumer-powered data to transform enforcement.
ALEXM project: affordable medications and vaccines for all
Euroconsumers members Altroconsumo and Test Achats/Test Aankoop continue the fight for fairer pharmaceuticals for consumers
SHAREPAIR: Developing a consumer ‘repair reflex’ is crucial for the circular economy
New project seeks to share repair knowledge and resources to make product fixes second nature.
Electric heat pumps are cheapest low-carbon way to warm your home
Study finds electric heating pumps are cheapest for consumers and urges policy makers to abandon push towards hydrogen boilers
CLEAR-X project breaks down barriers for sustainable home energy solutions
Euroconsumers' Portuguese member Deco Proteste is one of the partners in a major Horizon 2020 project that will put more people at the heart of Europe’s sustainable energy transition
CircThread: bringing the circular consumer economy home
Creating green, circular consumer markets means a complete rethink of business as usual. The CircThread project shows what’s possible.
HARP project helps consumers understand home energy retrofits
Energy prices are hitting new heights across the EU, but most consumers are still relying on old and inefficient home energy systems with a high financial and carbon impact. OCU and Deco are part of the multistakeholder HARP project that is testing simple new ways to build consumer understanding of the problem and help them choose new efficient home solutions.
The BELT project: How to grasp the energy efficiency of domestic household products
Euroconsumers’ members DECO PROTESTE, Organización de Consumidores (OCU), Test-Achats/Test Ankoop, and Altroconsumo are partners of BELT - Boost Energy Label Take up - a key EU project that helps consumers identify the most energy-efficient domestic household product thanks to a new EU energy label.