The Ecodesign Energy-related Products (ErP) Directive 2009/125/EC was introduced in 2009 and replaced the Eco-Design Directive (EuP). The Directive is part of UK law under the Energy Related Products Regulations 2010 and follows the EU amendment in the Regulations 2016. It impacts on all products “having an impact on the energy consumption during use” being sold in the European Union’s single market.
The aim of the Directive is to reduce energy consumption across the supply chain from design to production, etc.
Compliance with the Energy-related Products (ErP) is essential for CE marking, which covers product safety and energy efficiency requirements.
Enertek have a wealth of experience and offer good value in delivering solutions for gas, electric and oil appliances to meet the requirements of the Energy - related Products Directive.
With comprehensive UKAS accredited test facilities for testing space heaters, electrical appliances, hot water storage tanks, water heaters, boilers and micro Combined Heat and Power appliances, Enertek are well placed to conduct test and development work to help your products comply with the ErP Directive in:
For more information on Enertek’s testing capabilities visit Product Testing
Enertek offer tests on the following Energy related products. (This is not exhaustive list):
Ecodesign Directive (2209/125/EC):
Energy Labeling Framework Directive (2010/30/EU) (part of the ErP Directive):
In the UK the ErP Directive is monitored and surveyed by the National Measurements and Regulation Office Enforcement Authority (NMRO) and is based on manufacturers self-declaring. The penalties for incorrect claims may be severe resulting in possible recall of products and sustainable fines. Enertek can provide the independent report required to justify or support claims, it does not have to be produced by a notified body.
For more detailed information please visit the NMRO website: