#ErPWeek Provides Expert Support to Installers Ahead of ErP Energy Labelling Directive

Our recent survey indicates that 78% of installers feel unprepared ahead of the ErP Energy Labelling Directive which will be introduced in September 2015.

We asked over 500 installers what they thought and their answers revealed a startling knowledge gap around the legislative change. In fact, over 50% of installers admitted that they were unsure in which month the new labelling system will commence.

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As over half of the respondents indicated that they were concerned about the effect the ErP directive will have on their day to day duties, we have created a dedicated ErP week from 8th-12th June.

We’ll be hosting an online webinar and live Q&A sessions on the installer section of our website between 1pm and 6pm over the five days.

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Martyn Bridges, Director of Marketing and Technical Support at Worcester, Bosch Group commented: “We want installers to know that there is a vast support network in place at Worcester to aid them over the coming months, and we’re here to help during ErP Week and beyond.”

You can also put your questions to us regarding ErP on our Twitter (@heatingyourhome) using the hashtag #ErPweek. Martyn Bridges will be answering all questions on Friday 12th June and prizes will be on offer for those taking part.

For more information on Worcester, Bosch Group’s ErP Week, visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk or follow @heatingyourhome on Twitter.

 

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