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UK - Energy Technology List (ETL)

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The Energy Technology List (ETL) is a government list of energy efficient plant and machinery. In order for a product to be listed, it must meet the ETL’s robust energy saving criteria - typically set at the top 25% of products in the market.

The ETL features products such as boilers, electric motors, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.

The list functions as an easy-to-use procurement tool for energy managers, procurement professionals, facilities managers and a wide variety of other professions and organisations. The ETL gives the added reassurance to purchasers of measured and verified energy performance.

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) annually reviews the technologies and products that qualify for inclusion. The ETL is managed on behalf of BEIS by the Carbon Trust and ICF.

A full list of the technology categories currently on the ETL can be found below:

  • air-to-air energy recovery
  • automatic Monitoring and Targeting (aM&T) equipment
  • boiler equipment
  • combined heat and power (CHP)
  • compressed air equipment
  • heat pumps
  • heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment
  • high speed hand air dryers
  • lighting
  • motors and drives
  • pipework insulation
  • radiant and warm air heaters
  • refrigeration equipment
  • solar thermal systems and collectors
  • uninterruptible power supplies
  • waste heat to electricity conversion equipment


The full list of products under the motors and drives category is available at:

In the case of motors, the List provides information such as name and contact of the manufacturer, type of motor, technical parameters (rated power, # of poles, operating voltage) and presence of a VSD.


Ivan / EU-MORE Team

This topic was modified 2 weeks ago 3 times by Ivan
Posted : 07/05/2024 5:36 pm