Electrical installation in European private houses is a large market where small and micro enterprises are very active and where they often cover more than 80% of the market. The normative situation in the EU member states is still very heterogeneous. Different rules and standards still apply in this sector, which need to be coordinated in order to assure safety to users and workers, but one is still far from a complete harmonisation.
CENELEC TC 64 + WG17 + WG19 + WG25
Electrical installations & protection against electric shock
Brussels, 25th May 2016 – Today, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) plenary almost unanimously approved rapporteur Patrick Liébus’ Opinion on the 2016 Annual Union Work Programme for European standardisation.