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Kenya - Energy Efficiency Label

Ensure mandatory Kenyan Energy Efficiency Label for your products

​In Kenya, the Energy & Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) is mandated to promote Energy Efficiency. Accordingly, the EPRA develops and enforces regulations, assists in development of standards, codes, rules and guidelines, capacity building, technical support to state and non-state agencies and awareness creation to the public.
The Energy (Appliances Energy Performance and Labeling) Regulations 2016 stipulates the minimum energy performance testing of specified lamps, household equipment and motors by accredited laboratories and per the applicable Kenyan Standard. Upon successful testing, the manufacturer/importer applies for the registration of the tested model. Energy labels are issued for appliances that meet the Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS), whereby the manufacturer/importer is required to affix those labels on the appliance. A 5-star labeling scheme is used, where the highest performing appliance has 5 stars, while the lowest has 1 star.
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Detailed Information

Technical aspects Energy Efficiency
Product/Packaging Labeling
Market surveillance Conditionally
Obligation Mandatory
Factory inspection No
Sample testing Conditionally

Registration certificate is valid until the relevant test standard is revised.​​

Product Scope

- ​Ballasts for Fluorescent Lamps
- Double Capped Fluorescent Lamps
- Non-Ducted Air Conditioners
- Refrigerating Appliances
- Self-Ballasted Lamps
- Three-Phase Case Induction Motors 

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