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ETL new product additions round-up

ETL new product additions round-up

New additions mean new ways to save using the ETL

The ETL scheme has experienced a significant increase in applications over the past few months, and we are pleased to announce that several new products have been approved and are now available to view on the list. These include products in the Boilers, Heat Pumps, Commercial Fans, Professional Refrigerated Storage Cabinets, and the Combination Steam Oven categories – reflecting the growing interest in energy efficient products.

These applications are just part of the ETL scheme’s 2023 expansion of categories and updates to criteria – which includes new criteria for Lighting Controls, Evaporative Air Coolers, and Variable Speed Drives which are coming later this month.

Browse the most recently added products now

  • 11 new Commercial Fans products have gone live from ebm-papst UK Ltd which you can find here.
  • 4 new products from Ideal Boilers Ltd, the first approved against the brand new Air to Water Heat Pumps criteria, are ready to view here.
  •  A new hot water boiler from Viessmann Ltd you can view here.
  • 5 new products from True Refrigeration UK Limited in the Professional Refrigerated Storage Cabinets category. View them now.
  • Our first product in the electric Combination Steam Oven category, from Rational UK Ltd, can be viewed here.

This is what Tom Lock, the ETL Programme Director from ICF, had to say about these additions and the year so far:

"We are delighted by the positive response from manufacturers to the scheme’s updates and expansion with new categories. Our efforts to raise awareness are paying off, as we witness more manufacturers embracing the scheme and applying to list their products. They recognise the value the ETL brings and are actively engaging with us and spreading the word.''

2023 categories and criteria changes: a round-up

Here’s a summary of some of our headline changes so far this year:

The scheme has implemented new criteria for 17 sub-technologies following the conclusion of the 2022 Research Programme, including Heat Pumps, Boiler Equipment and Lighting. Extensive reviews were also conducted on the ETL criteria for Refrigerated Display Cabinets and Professional Refrigerated Storage Cabinets. You can read more about them on our website.

The criteria for Commercial Fans also led to the expansion of the Motors and Drives technology group to include Motors, Drives and Fans. The changes are backed by the Fan Manufacturer’s Association, which you can read more about in our article. Tank & Vessel Insulation was also added to the list of sub-technologies.

The recently introduced Energy Storage category includes Battery and Thermal Energy Storage and is recognised as an important technology to help towards decarbonising the UK on our path to Net Zero. We are currently receiving applications for technologies in this category. You can read more about it on our website.

Thank you for your support so far

With continued support from manufacturers and trust from purchasers, the Energy Technology List continues to thrive as one of the world’s largest databases of energy-saving technology.

If you’re a manufacturer of any of the energy-saving technologies mentioned in this article, you can apply to have your products independently verified by the Energy Technology List for free. Simply head to our Manufacturers page and register.