At the beginning of 2015, an initiative of the European Union Commission was launched, which was introduced as a control or review of legislation, which will also apply to energy labelling as a strong step forward in terms of the European Union's action. All the proposed changes will bring some coherence and unity in energy policy, with the clear aim of ensuring that consumers make informed choices and also spend their money in the day-to-day social processes. This has a general impact on the preparation of and compliance with the principles of rational energy efficiency, which for many
States should be a priority. Among other things, the Commission has clear and specific information for us that relates to energy efficiency. Currently it is classified in several different scales. The Commission wants to make compliance with the rules introduced for all companies and retailers necessary to protect consumers from fraudulent behaviour. The aim is to introduce a specific energy labelling system, with information on a scale from A to G for energy-saving products, which has been well known for years.
The Commission also wants to introduce an electronic base for all new energy-efficient products to support consumer choice and appropriate market surveillance by government bodies, which will be very important for the development of the economy. According to the committee, increasing awareness and efficiency together with the development of renewable energy sources. It is also intended to give a greater chance of one day being able to separate from non-EU energy suppliers. Today, more than 50% of the energy consumed in the EU will come from outside the EU. Therefore, investing in energy saving is an opportunity for everyone. Last year, the EU summit approved a draft framework for climate and energy policy, which is once intended to increase efforts to protect the climate and the energy losses that enter the atmosphere.
The aim will be to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as to increase the share of energy produced from renewable energy sources. The Commission is constantly working to stabilise energy policy within the EU and wants to ensure that consumers are made more aware of energy efficiency and the fight against bad climate policy. These solutions, which are to be implemented over time, should bring more benefits and satisfactory effects, so it will be good to continue this process, so that it will ultimately be possible to achieve greater profits for the entire community in the European Union. These opportunities that can be offered are indeed numerous in terms of energy subsidies.