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This determination covers the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (GEMS) requirements for household refrigerating appliances such as fridges and freezers. It also revokes the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Household Refrigerating Appliances) Determination 2012.
Administered by: Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Registered 15 Aug 2019
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR09-Sep-2019
Tabled Senate09-Sep-2019
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Legislative Instrument
 
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Explanatory Statement
 
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Supplementary Explanatory Statement
 
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Incorporated Documents
IEC Standard 62552-2:2015 Ed. 1 Household refrigerating appliances — Characteristics and test methods — Part 2: Performance requirements.

IEC Standard 62552-1:2015 Ed. 1 Household refrigerating appliances — Characteristics and test methods — Part 1: General requirements.

Australian/New Zealand Standard IEC 62552.3:2018 Household refrigerating appliances — Characteristics and test methods — Part 3: Energy consumption and volume.

Australian/New Zealand Standard 4474:2018 Household refrigerating appliances – Energy labelling and minimum energy performance standards requirements

Australian/New Zealand Standard IEC 62552.2:2018 Household refrigerating appliances — Characteristics and test methods — Part 2: Performance requirements.

Australian/New Zealand Standard IEC 62552.1:2018 Household refrigerating appliances — Characteristics and test methods — Part 1: General requirements.

IEC Standard 62552-3:2015 Ed. 1 Household refrigerating appliances — Characteristics and test methods — Part 3: Energy consumption and volume.