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What is BEE Certification

What is the BEE certification for the Indian market?

The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) is an agency set up under the Ministry of Power by the government of India. The objective of BEE India is to monitor energy and cost saving. Certain items in this product category have the obligation to show ratings and labels that show the energy saving performance of the product and hence, aid customers in their choice of purchase. The higher the product gets rated, the more energy it saves. The main regulatory body or authority for BEE Certification in India is the Bureau of Energy Efficiency. This bureau was promulgated by the government in the year 2001 under the provisions of the Energy Conservation Act, 2001.



Standards and Labeling under BEE

There are particular limits known as standards related to energy efficiency. This applies to the consumption levels of manufactured products. Energy Consumption standards are present when it comes to electricity appliances such as air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines and coolants.

When it comes to energy consumption, standards refer to the prescribed limits of energy consumption by a particular product. The products which are manufactured have to be within prescribed limits related to energy.

Labelling under BEE registration includes the performance of a particular product. Which shows the amount of energy utilized by it.


The Different Labels

The labels need to be marked on the product i.e. star ratings from 1 to 5. For labelling, BEE works with technical committees of experts and stakeholders, comprising of representatives from industry, industry association, consumer organizations, academia,
There are two types of labels:



What products are covered by the BEE license?

The list is constantly being extended and already covers a wide range of various products. Examples are air conditioniers, refrigerators, distribution transformers, and fluorescent lamps.
Additionally, other products like washing machines or TVs may receive a voluntary BEE label.


Does my product fall under BEE?

Since new products are constantly being added to the catalogue of mandatory BEE products, it makes sense to clarify certification requirements of the individual products with the authorities.
You can, of course also always contact us for detailed information on the certification requirements for your product.


How does the BEE certification process work?

The BEE registration process is as follows:

  1. Product tests in India
  2. Registration on the BEE portal and payment of safety deposit
  3. Application with hard copies
  4. Submit documents
  5. Approval
  6. Labeling


BEE Certification Procedure



The 5 steps of BEE certification process.

If you need assistance with your BEE approval or have any questions, you can contact us any time. Call us directly:
EU: +49-69-2713769261, US: +1-773-654-2673 or send us an email.

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