From the RNS in December they talked about testing - has this been completed and have they now got CE?
Thought that this would have been big news and worthy of an RNS!
"At this juncture the company has agreed with Enertek International ("Enertek"), which is based in Hull and is one of only two engineering laboratories capable of fully testing microCHP appliances in the UK, that the appliance will be delivered to them in the second half of January 2016 for independent third party testing. This will allow Enertek to acquire certification for field trial use in real world installations such as commercial plant rooms and domestic properties.
Enertek will complete safety and performance testing during January and February prior to EC Certification via BSI Certification which involves testing the appliance to European Standards covering gas safety, electrical safety and thermal/electrical efficiency. Once certified to the relevant European Directives the Inspirit Charger will be released for field trials.
Prior to commercial production, the Inspirit Charger will be submitted for MCS Certification enabling it to qualify for the UK Government's Feed in Tariff (FiT). Although the appliance is designed to be commercially viable in production without subsidy, the FiT will greatly help the development of the microCHP market sector in the short to medium term. Testing of the first Inspirit Charger at Enertek will take approximately six weeks. Once testing at Enertek is complete, this unit will then be installed with the first of our field trial partners to prove real world performance."
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