Aldes is at your side to take up the ErP challenge.
Over the years, even before the ErP Eco-design directive took effect, all front-line Aldes products targeted energy efficiency. On this basis, as a leader and expert, Aldes has consistently proposed low-energy products and supported its customers in meeting the challenges inherent to thermal regulations.
Products launched in 2014 were already compliant with the requirements of 01/01/2015 and 27/09/2015 (thermal comfort) and 01/01/2016 (ventilation).
Aldes is at your side to take up the challenges of compliance with the Eco-design and energy labelling directives.
The ErP (Energy-related Products) policy in Europe comprises 2 directives: Eco-design and Energy labelling. It aims to improve the energy efficiency of appliances in the European Union and contribute to environmental protection.
The impacts of the ErP policy:
According to the dates of application of regulations.
– Manufacturers and/or importers: sell ErP-compliant products and indicate their performance rating (using an energy label or technical documentation).
– Distributors: procure ErP-compliant products (available products in stock on the premises of wholesalers prior to this date can be used in full from the dates indicated) and disclose mandatory information.
– Tradesmen, installers, operators, professional specifiers: install ErP-compliant products and replace existing products with identical yet ErP-compliant products.
– Suppliers: deliver products which comply with the ErP directive from its date of effect.
Each additional step is equivalent to a reinforcement of the requirements and promotion of the best-performing products.