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Implemented European standardisation Regulation

On 9 July 2023, the European Standardisation Regulation was implemented. The Regulation establishes a framework for the adoption of European standards. The European Commission will be able to require the European Standardisation Organisations to develop standards in line with EU Regulations. Furthermore, the Regulation will enable the participation of representatives of national standardisation bodies in the decision-making processes. Finally, the Regulation will allow for the development of standards to facilitate the digital transition by ensuring that European products and services, such as batteries and artificial intelligence, comply with data protection and cybersecurity rules.

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under deliberation

On 2 February 2022, the European Commission published the proposal for European standardisation reg…

under deliberation

On 12 October 2022, the Council and the European Parliament had reached an agreement on the Proposa…

under deliberation

On 22 November 2022, the European Parliament passed the European Standardisation Regulation (Regula…


On 8 December 2022, the Council of the European Union adopted the Proposal amending the European St…

in grace period

On 8 January 2023, the European Standardisation Regulation entered into force with a grace period f…

in force

On 9 July 2023, the European Standardisation Regulation was implemented. The Regulation establishe…