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CARICOM Regional Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme
The CARICOM Regional Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme is an approach, crafted by CROSQ under the mandate of COTED, to respond to the high energy costs and usage within CARICOM. The scheme is based on the implementation of minimum energy performance standards and labelling requirements for LED and CFL light bulbs, refrigerators and air conditioners. It involves the creation of labels for each electrical device indicated, which will be used by stores in the retail of these items.

The scheme will be a pilot involving Belize, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago. It is hoped by 2021, some aspects of the scheme will officially be launched as the piloting of the labels begin on a voluntary basis, and thereafter the full logistics are finalized. 

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