Singapore NEA Makes Regulation Updates

Mar 20, 2023 | Singapore

Singapore NEA (National Environment Agency) recently made updates to regulations regarding air conditioners, refrigerators, and clothes dryers under their Energy Conservation Act (ECA).

They extended the Minimum Energy Performance Standard (MEPS) and Mandatory Energy Labelling Scheme (MELS) to portable air-conditioners, effective April 1, 2024; revised the Tick-Rating System, Energy Labels and MEPS for regulated lamps and extended the requirements to more lamp types, effective April 1, 2024; extended MEPS and new standby power requirements to televisions, effective April 1, 2024; revised MEPS for split-type air-conditioners, effective April 1, 2025; revised MEPS for refrigerators, effective April 1, 2025; revised applicable test standards for refrigerators, televisions, LED lamps and CFLi, effective Jan 1, 2024.

For more information about these regulation changes or to discuss any questions you might have about this region, or if you have other global compliance questions, please contact Testing Partners at 862-243-2677.

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