European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC)
Comité européen de normalisation électrotechnique (CENELEC)
Europäisches Komitee für Elektrotechnische Normung
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1 Jan 1973, by merger of U-XU4984 - European Committee for the Coordination of Electrotechnical Standards of EEC Member Countries, set up 20 Oct 1958, with H-XH0711 - Comité européen de coordination des normes électriques (CENEL), a 'Group of Six' having been in operation since 1959 and comprising national electrotechnical committees of the then 6 countries of the EEC. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. EU Transparency Register: 58258552517-56.
Serve as the officially responsible body for standardization in the electrotechnical field in Europe.
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General Assembly; Administration Board; Technical Board. Secretariat at CEN-CENELEC Management Centre (CCMC).
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