Energy Labelling - ErP

In September 2015, a new Energy related Product (ErP) directive for the European Union (EU) came in to effect.

The ErP directive is mandatory for all countries in the EU for space and water heaters. To find out more about ErP, please visit our Explaining ErP page.

The Energy Labelling directive is part of ErP. It is a framework designed to make complex information regarding the energy consumption and performance of domestic products more clear and simple to understand.

When a product is installed, it will receive an efficiency band, ranging from A+++ to G for the entire installed system, depending on the components used (for example, where a boiler and room controls are fitted).

How will the Energy Labelling work?

There are different versions of the labels depending on the type of product or package. However, once completed, the labels will typically show at least some of the following types of information;

The Energy ratings must be shown in literature and be made available in online advertising.

Product and package labels with relevant technical data 'fiches' will be supplied with products and the labels must be shown at the point of sale e.g. a showroom.

What are your ErP responsibilities?



Heatrae Sadia are supporting installers by providing the tools and documents required to complete a fiche. Try our free ErP calculation tool to generate ErP labels for products and packages.

How to find out more about ErP

At Heatrae Sadia, our team is here to help you. If you have any questions or would like to know more about the Ecodesign or Energy Labelling Directives, what it means for you and what you may need to do, whether you're a consumer, installer, merchant or specifier, please contact our expert team.

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