Energy labeling and ecodesign

Requirements for energy related products

Energy labeling and ecodesign

On 26 September 2015, the EU introduced ecodesign requirements for all energy-related products, including electric boilers and heat pumps. This means that products must be labeled with an energy grade. The grade goes from A to G, where A is the best grade and says something about the energy standard of the product or building. 

Products that do not comply with ecodesign requirements can no longer be sold in Norway or the EU. The requirements apply to producers, importers, and traders of products that consume energy. 

The Ecodesign Directive is the EU's instrument for removing the least energy-efficient products from the market. 

Norway is not a member of the EU, but the EEA agreement also applies to Norway. All products that comply with ecodesign requirements must be CE marked. The mark is the manufacturer's guarantee that all relevant directives are complied with.

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Energy labeling according to regulation 811/2013

Energy labeling directive 2010/30 / EU

Model

MB 2035, MB 4035, MB 6035

MB 2045, MB 4045, MB 6045

MB 2060, MB 4060, MB 6060

Ecodesign labeling accord to regulation 813/2013

Ecodesign directive 2009/125/EC

MB model

MB 2035, MB 4035, MB 6035

MB 2045, MB 4045, MB 6045

MB 2060, MB 4060, MB 6060

MB 2075, MB 4075, MB 6075

MB 2090, MB 4090, MB 6090

MB 2105, MB 4105, MB 6105

MB 2120, MB 4120, MB 6120

MB 2140, MB 4140, MB 6140

MB 2150, MB 4150, MB 6150

Data sheet

Annex 1

Annex 8

Annex 3

Annex 4

Annex 5

Annex 6

Annex 7

Annex 8

Annex 9

SB model

SB 2180, SB 4180, SB 6180

SB 2200, SB 4200, SB 6200

SB 2225, SB 4225, SB 6225

SB 2250, SB 4250, SB 6250

SB 2300, SB 4300, SB 6300

SB 2375, SB 4375, SB 6375

SB 2400, SB 4400, SB 6400

Data sheet

Annex 10

Annex 1

Annex 11

Annex 12

Annex 34

Annex 14

Annex 15