Under the coordination of PROSAFE, national Market Surveillance Authorities work together under the EEPLIANT2 project to ensure that non-compliant products are identified and withdrawn from the EU market. Testing and document inspections targeting three product sectors (household and professional refrigerating appliances, and network standby) is already being performed in order to achieve the expected impacts, particularly to increase the compliance rates with the respective energy efficiency requirements.
EEPLIANT2 WP6 is about to launch a programme of cabinet testing to EN 16825: 2016* in line with the relevant EU regulations. In discussion with stakeholders, it was apparent that some minor aspects of EN 16825 were open to different interpretations by labs and that more clarity would be useful on some aspects of decision making about results in order to ensure that testing under EEPLIANT2 is done in a consistent and internally comparable way. An interpretation protocol has therefore been developed.
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