EEPLIANT, Work Package 6: invitation to meeting on results of boiler testing

Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 09:30 - 12:15

The meeting on 2 March 2017 will feature a presentation and discussion of the preliminary results of the tests undertaken by Work Package 6 – Space and Combination Heaters - of the EEPLIANT project. They will include the results of laboratory testing of small gas boilers (<70 kW), heat pumps (< 70kW) and in-situ testing of big gas boilers (70-400 kW).

Please confirm your participation to Torben Rahbek (at or before 22 February 2017 to allow time for PROSAFE to organise the catering.
Can you please also inform the EHI Secretariat about your participation?


9:00    Registration of participants

9:30   1. Opening and welcome by the WP leader
          2. Adoption of agenda
          3. Presentation of the results from WP6 by WP Leader
              a. Gas boilers 0 – 70 kW
              b. Heat pumps
              c. Gas boilers 70 – 400 kW
              d. Installers and packages
         4. Discussion of results, input from stakeholders
         5. Discussion of impact of activities, how can stakeholders and authorities work together to increase the impact?
         6. Any other business
         7. Closing of open session by WP leader

12:15    Lunch, stakeholders leave afterwards


The EEPLIANT project was designed to help deliver the intended economic and environment benefits of the Energy Labelling and Ecodesign Directives by increasing the rates of product compliance with them.

The EEPLIANT project team, consisting of 13 Market Surveillance Authorities from across the EU, organises coordinated monitoring, verification and enforcement activities, including product testing of LED lamps, printers and heaters. In addition to the product testing activities, the project also ensures an inspection of the products’ technical documentation, defines market surveillance best practices and shares these among the participating market surveillance authorities, but also the other national and regional authorities within the EU, and ensures regular communication and awareness activities, targeting e.g. the professional stakeholders, the civic society, governments, etc.

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