You can provide feedback on the latest status as presented in an update meeting on April 16, 2021 to email@example.com and it will be considered in the impact assessment of policy options and the refinement of possible policy measures.
This section presents all the documents published during the preparatory study and was updated regularly.
Relative to similar preparatory Ecodesign studies the planning for this study is very short in time and therefore providing input, comments and feedback will need to be proportional to this.
All comments will be published and used for the work of this preparatory study.
|June 12, 2020||
Tasks 1 and 2 Draft Reports are available for download below.
Feedback period ended August 10, 2020. (Moved to archive section)
|June 29, 2020||
Discussion Paper on Task 3 and 4 is available for download below. (Deleted)
|October 21, 2020||
Tasks 3 and 4 Draft Reports are available for download below.
Initial feedback period ended November 20, 2020. (Moved to archive section)
|November 24, 2020||
Tasks 5 and 6 Draft Reports are available for download below.
Use the feedback template for comments (deadline for feedback is January 8, 2021) (Moved to archive section)
|December 17, 2020||
Task 7 Draft Report is available for download below.
Use the feedback template for comments (deadline for feedback is January 17, 2021) (Moved to archive section)
|March 3, 2021||
Publication of final Tasks 1-7 reports
(single document downloads available below this table)
March 3, 2021
A consolidated version of the full study compiled in one document has been published on the European Commission's website:
Citation: Schischke, K.; Clemm, C.; Berwald, A.; Proske, M.; Dimitrova, G.; Reinhold, J.; Prewitz, C.; Durand, A.; Beckert, B.: Ecodesign preparatory study on mobile phones, smartphones and tablets, Final report, Fraunhofer IZM, Fraunhofer ISI and Vito, Brussels, Belgium, February 2021, ISBN 978-92-76-31461-5, DOI 10.2873/175802
This report is identical to the individual task reports except for editorial adaptations.
Documents below were published in earlier phases of the study for discussions with stakeholders. Updated documents are available now to reflect stakeholder input and new evidence.
For documents related to the stakeholder meetings see the Planning & Meetings page.