No. S 748
Energy Conservation Act
(CHAPTER 92C)
Energy Conservation (Regulated Goods
and Registered Suppliers) Regulations 2017
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 78 of the Energy Conservation Act, the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources makes the following Regulations:
PART 1
PRELIMINARY
Citation and commencement
1.  These Regulations are the Energy Conservation (Regulated Goods and Registered Suppliers) Regulations 2017 and come into operation on 1 January 2018.
Definitions
2.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“energy efficiency” —
(a)in relation to an air-conditioner, means the Coefficient of Performance as defined in the First Schedule;
(b)in relation to a clothes dryer, means the Energy Consumption as defined in the First Schedule;
(c)in relation to a lamp, means the Lamp Power Consumption as defined in the First Schedule;
(d)in relation to a refrigerator, means the Annual Energy Consumption as defined in the First Schedule; and
(e)in relation to a television, means the On‑Mode Power Consumption as defined in the First Schedule;
“Energy Label” means an energy label that is in accordance with the requirements in regulation 6;
“registered goods” means any regulated goods that are registered under regulation 4;
“regulated air-conditioner” means any air‑conditioner described in Part 1 of the First Schedule to the Energy Conservation (Prescribed Regulated Goods) Order 2017 (G.N. No. S 747/2017);
“regulated clothes dryer” means any clothes dryer described in Part 1 of the Second Schedule to the Energy Conservation (Prescribed Regulated Goods) Order 2017;
“regulated lamp” means any lamp described in Part 1 of the Third Schedule to the Energy Conservation (Prescribed Regulated Goods) Order 2017;
“regulated refrigerator” means any refrigerator described in Part 1 of the Fourth Schedule to the Energy Conservation (Prescribed Regulated Goods) Order 2017;
“regulated television” means any television described in Part 1 of the Fifth Schedule to the Energy Conservation (Prescribed Regulated Goods) Order 2017;
“specified laboratory”, in relation to a test report for any regulated goods, means any of the following:
(a)an in-house testing laboratory operated by the manufacturer of the regulated goods;
(b)a testing laboratory accredited by the Singapore Accreditation Council or any of its Mutual Recognition Arrangement partners as being able to perform the prevailing test standard or method specified in paragraph 5 of the First Schedule for the regulated goods;
“technical file”, in relation to any registered goods, means the file on the registered goods kept and maintained under regulation 12(1);
“test report”, in relation to any regulated goods, means —
(a)the report of the test carried out for the regulated goods in accordance with the prevailing test standard or method, specified in paragraph 5 of the First Schedule; and
(b)where there is more than one such test report in respect of the regulated goods, the test report that is the most recent.
Made on 11 December 2017.
ALBERT CHUA
Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of the Environment and
Water Resources,
Singapore.
[MEWR C030/01/129 Vol. 6; NEA/LD/167 V.1; AG/LEGIS/SL/92C/2015/2 Vol. 2]