Lighting products are responsible for almost 20% of global energy consumption, and account for approximately 6% of CO2 emissions worldwide, according the United Nations Environment Programme. Phasing out inefficient lighting technologies in favour of more energy efficient lighting products can not only reduce carbon emissions but also help slow demand for energy in general.
As new, more energy-efficient lighting technologies move into the mainstream, major jurisdictions around the world are implementing voluntary and mandatory regulations setting minimum energy efficiency requirements for various categories of lighting products. In addition, voluntary programs have created incentives for manufacturers to introduce even more energy-efficient lighting products.
In this webinar we look at the key CE marking issues that relate to Lighting Products, from the applicable Standards and Directives to the process to getting your products into the European Marketplace.
EXPERT PROFILE: Mr. Matthew Emery
Matt is a chartered engineer and has more than 10 years’ experience working in lighting industry and safety compliance at TÜV SÜD in UK. He previously worked at a global lighting manufacturer as a design engineer and then as a engineering manager.
Matt has a Master’s degree in mechanical engineering. He is a family man with 3 young children, including twin girls. He just about finds time for sport and plays football for a local team at the weekend.
Why should you watch this webinar?
Find out about the CE marking requirements relating to lighting products
Determine how the regulation will impact your business
Receive the latest information about the standards in this industry
Learn about the process to getting lighitng products into Europe