EECA’s Product Check Testing Programme tests whether manufacturers are meeting their obligations with the Energy Efficiency (Energy Using Products) 2002 Regulations.
Check Testing Programme - Supplier Panel of Accredited Laboratories
EECA’s Product Check Testing Programme tests whether manufacturers are meeting their obligations with the Energy Efficiency (Energy Using Products) 2002 Regulations. The purpose is to ensure that poor performing and/or sub-standard products are detected and removed from the market—and only products that comply with the regulations are available to consumers.
Apply to be on our Supplier Panel of Accredited Laboratories
We are looking to establish a ready-to-go panel of accredited laboratories for our 2020-2024 Check Testing Programme (19 product classes). This is a unique opportunity to work with us to help decrease energy related costs in New Zealand homes and businesses.
To apply, download the Request for Proposals below, complete the Response Form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Given the open panel approach, proposals can be submitted at any time before the closing date of 12pm Wednesday, 20 September 2023. If you are in New Zealand, you can also apply via GETS(external link).
The first evaluation took place on 3 April 2020 signalling our intention to get the panel established for those ready and able to start testing from 1 July 2020.
Laboratories appointed to our Supplier Panel are listed below:
- Vipac Engineers and Scientists Ltd
- Australian Consumers Association trading as Choice
- Comtest Laboratories Pty. Ltd
- Andrew Baghurst Pty. Ltd trading as Caltest
- UL GmbH
- Intertek Testing Services Ltd., Shanghai
- The Australian Gas Association Limited