ErP Directive Evaluation (EU)

Monitoring your Product’s Life Cycle

The Energy-related Products Directive, also known as Eco-design, sets ecological requirements for all energy-using products. Covering a product’s whole life cycle – from design, production, packaging, transportation, and usage to disposal – it aims to reduce resource consumption and pollutant emissions.

With their proven track record, TÜV Rheinland’s experts can help companies understand the impact of their products, processes, and disposal management on the environment. Our experts can help you reduce cost by optimizing processes while contributing to enhancing your product's green image in the global market.

Benefits At A Glance

With TÜV Rheinland as your partner for ErP Directive Evaluation, you:

  • Raise internal awareness of eco-design through the training and consultation provided by our experts
  • Streamline processes and reduce cost throughout the whole life cycle of products
  • Demonstrate your commitment to the environment and society with our platform

Our Services

TÜV Rheinland offers the following expert services for ErP Directive Evaluation:

  • ErP eco-design report
  • Energy-saving testing report
  • ErP Directive consulting and internal training
  • ErP factory inspection
  • TUVdotCOM management systems
  • Product energy efficiency reports

Additional Services

Besides our standard range of energy-related product assessment services, TÜV Rheinland can also offer your company the following services:

  • Internal training and consultation
  • Product lifecycle analysis
  • TÜV Rheinland energy efficiency labeling
  • Carbon footprint evaluation service
  • WEEE RoHS testing
  • Battery testing

Energy-related Products Directive

The Energy-related Products (ErP) Directive does not set binding requirements on products by itself. Instead, it sets requirements by implementing measures adopted on a case-by-case basis for each product group. The tests include energy efficiency, performance, endurance, luminous efficacy, ballast efficiency, utilization factor, and so on.

Energy efficiency improvements, including more efficient use of electricity by end users, make substantial contributions to achieving greenhouse gas emission targets. By helping companies comply with the ErP Directive, TÜV Rheinland seeks to protect the environment by reducing the potential environmental impact of energy-related products. The ultimate beneficiaries of these efforts are consumers and other end-users.

Product Scope

TÜV Rheinland provides certification for the following product norms covered in the ErP Directive:

  • EC 1275/2008 Standby and off mode losses of electrical and electronic equipment (household and office)
  • EC 278/2009 External power supplies
  • EC 107/2009 Simple set-top boxes
  • EC 244/2009 Non-directional household lamps
  • EC 245/2009 Domestic lighting
  • EC 640/2009 Electric motors
  • EC 641/2009 Circulators
  • EC 642/2009 Televisions
  • EC 643/2009 Domestic refrigeration
  • EC 2015/2010 Household washing machines
  • EC 2016/2010 Household dishwashers