Power and renewables

Tetra Pak International

Ensuring European Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) Article 8 compliance.

How to ensure compliance with the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), Article 8?

Our approach
A deep analysis of the legal requirements in each Member State affecting Tetra Pak including:

  • The requirements regarding audits and audit contents
  • The possibility of using internal versus external auditors
  • The potential for grouping of legal entities
  • National incentives for implementation, such as tax reductions, relevant national voluntary agreements and penalties for non-compliance

Value to client

  • Meet the deadlines and avoid penalties
  • Reliable and compliant information to be used in Tetra Pak’s own energy efficiency process to ensure compliance
  • One single point of contact for all requests
  • Avoid unnecessary actions
  • Benefit from subsidies
  • Regular updates on legislation's and subsidy opportunities

DNV GL gave us a proven third party service that helps companies across EU Member States to understand Article 8 of the EU EED. It means that we can approach all our colleagues in different countries and provide them with an easy-to-use report, so that we have a common understanding of the requirements and what needs to be done.
Joakim Wetter,
  • Group Energy Expert
  • Tetra Pak

Related information

What’s next for industrial energy efficiency?

Read Paul Noble's blog about this topic.

The EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive: Understanding compliance

A blog by Ulrika Wising

The EU’s energy efficiency directive: How it affects you

A blog by Ulrika Wising

EU energy audit obligation: requirements and incentives by EU Member States flyer

Download the EU energy audit obligation: requirements and incentives by each EU Member State flyer for further information.

Industrial energy management services

Strategic and technical consulting for industrial clients.