Environmental Technology Verification (ETV)
Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) is a tool to help innovative technologies with environmental benefits reach the market.
Accredited to ISO 17020, EMEC is the only ETV Verification Body in Scotland, and can verify technologies within the following categories:
- Energy technologies (including marine and wind energy);
- Water treatment & monitoring;
- Materials, waste & resources.
At the end of the ETV process, you’ll receive a Statement of Verification: evidence that your performance claims are both credible and scientifically sound. With proof of performance credibly assured, reducing the technological risk for technology purchasers, you can expect to:
- Attract investment
- Increase market share
- Differentiate from competitors
Verification by qualified third parties: EMEC is accredited to ISO 17020 and the EU ETV General Verification Protocol to perform verifications under the EU ETV Pilot Programme.
Get in touch:
Contact: Dave Wakefield, ETV Manager
Tel: 01856 852060
For further information:
A guide for proposers explaining who can propose technologies and what technologies are suitable for ETV is available here: A Comprehensive Guide for Proposers to the EU Environmental Technologies Verification Pilot Programme
FAQs: ETV Frequently Asked Questions
Visit: EU ETV Pilot Programme
Read: ETV flyer
Subscribe: ETV Newsletter – The EU-ETV Team periodically publishes a newsletter with the latest news on the EU-ETV Programme. If you would like to subscribe to the newsletter, please send an e-mail to: JRC-IET-ETV@ec.europa.eu