Scrutiny of recent Inception Impact Assessments:
ventilation units, roaming charges, batteries legislation

June 8th 2020

The Impact Assessment Institute has scrutinised three European Commission Inception Impact Assessments (IIAs), published between April and May 2020, each revising an existing EU law: ecodesign requirements and energy labelling for ventilation units (two separate IIAs with identical content), prolongation of the Roaming Regulation, legislation on batteries.

Our analysis according to Better Regulation principles (below) has identified good practice alongside a number of concerns to be addressed in the upcoming Impact Assessment drafting.

Stakeholders are invited to provide their own insights into these IIAs and to reach out to the Institute’s Analytics division to discuss further scrutiny of evidence on these or other dossiers.

Key: Xx = no material issues identified; Yy = issues identified; Zz = significant issues identified

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