A++ ErP label for Mitsubishi Electric’s Ecodan heat pumps

Published:  07 October, 2015

renewable energy, Mitsubishi Electric, heat pump, space heating

Mitsubishi Electric’s entire range of Ecodan air-source heating pumps has achieved A++ ratings under the first Energy-related Products (ErP) Directive ruling for heating products across Europe. The labels for heat pumps also indicate the three different climate zones in Europe, all of which occur in the UK. The directive came into force on 26 September.

To highlight the requirements of the ErP, Mitsubishi has prepared a short video (go to Youtube and look for ‘mitsubishi electric erp’) explaining how this directive is designed to phase-out lower-performing products, whilst reducing emissions across Europe and increasing the share of renewable energy sources by 20%.

For more information on this story, click here: October 2015, 103

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