Official Journal of the European Union
Judgment of the General Court of 8 December 2021 — Dyson and Others v Commission
(Case T-127/19) (1)
(Non-contractual liability - Energy - Directive 2010/30/EU - Indication by labelling and standard product information of the consumption of energy - Delegated Regulation (EU) No 665/2013 - Energy labelling of vacuum cleaners - Energy efficiency - Measurement method - Annulment by the General Court - Sufficiently serious breach of a rule of law intended to confer rights on individuals)
Language of the case: English
Applicants: Dyson Ltd (Malmesbury, United Kingdom) and the other applicants whose names are listed in the annex (represented by: E. Batchelor, T. Selwyn Sharpe and M. Healy, Solicitors)
Defendant: European Commission (represented by: J.-F. Brakeland, Y. Marinova and K. Talabér-Ritz, acting as Agents)
Application based on Article 268 TFEU for compensation for the loss allegedly suffered by the applicants as a result of the unlawfulness of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 665/2013 of 3 May 2013 supplementing Directive 2010/30/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to energy labelling of vacuum cleaners (OJ 2013 L 192, p. 1).
Operative part of the judgment
Dismisses the action;
Dyson Ltd and the other applicants whose names appear in the annex shall bear their own costs and pay the costs incurred by the European Commission.
(1) OJ C 139, 15.4.2019.