The new EU Batteries Regulation took effect on 17 August 2023 (take-e-way reported). The new requirements will be applied as of 18 February 2024. Due to the conversion of the previous Battery Directive to the Regulation, the new rules will then apply directly in all Member States without further adaptation. The far-reaching changes are currently leading to numerous queries and uncertainty among sellers and producers alike.
trade-e-bility thus offers a customised, comprehensive online training in which you will learn what requirements the EU Batteries Regulation imposes on you and how to deal with them in your specific case. The training modules include an introduction to the new EU Batteries Regulation as well as comprehensive information on implementing your obligations with regard to labelling, documentation, battery passport, extended producer responsibility and due diligence obligations in the supply chain. Further particulars and advice on EU Batteries Regulation training are available at: