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Brexit: CEN and CENELEC agree to extend the transition period for their UK member BSI
On 1 February 2020, the United Kingdom left the EU, 10 months after the initially expected date of 29 March 2019.
The CEN and CENELEC Annual Reports 2019 are out!
The Annual Reports consist of three parts: the joint CEN and CENELEC activities and one each individual report for CEN and CENELEC.
COVID-19: the CEN and CENELEC Meeting Centre to re-open from 1 July
CEN and CENELEC are happy to announce that the CEN and CENELEC Meeting Centre in Brussels will re-open its doors as of 1 July 2020.
CEN and CENELEC celebrate 60 years of collaboration in European Standardization
Today, 10 June 2020, is an important day for the CEN and CENELEC Community
Standardization, a major player in the implementation of the European Green Deal
Standardization is an important tool to complement national and European policies, because of its voluntary nature and its consensus-building approach between different economic players.
Standards and the Single Market, a solution to the COVID-19 crisis?
The COVID-19 crisis has hit hard on the European economy. Yet, to address the downturn and foster a sustained recovery, the EU has a hidden weapon to deploy: the Single Market.
European standards play a strategic role in Europe’s recovery
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a serious toll on the European economy: according to the European Commission, the EU economy is expected to contract by 7,5% in 2020.
New EN 62552 ‘Household refrigerating appliances - Characteristics and test methods’ series
In the spotlight
In the field of Ecodesign and Energy Labelling, CEN and CENELEC develop European Standards that provide dedicated methods for measuring the energy performance of various energy-related products
Newly published standard allows to reduce the consequences of crashes in trains
In the spotlight
Travelling by rail all around Europe will be even safer than it is today, thanks to newly published EN 15227:2020 ‘Railway applications - Crashworthiness requirements for rail vehicles’.
New report on standards for quantum technology was published on the European Commission’s website
The new report ‘#Standards4Quantum: Making Quantum Technology Ready for Industry’, published by the Publication Office of the European Union, is now available on the website of the European Commission’s Science Hub.