Get EPREL Verified with TrustPro Qualified e-Seal.

One of the main purposes of EPREL is to inform consumers about the energy efficiency of products placed on the market. In order to fulfil this goal, non-confidential information about the products registered in EPREL will be made publicly available in March 2022 through an open Internet website.

To enable the information to be displayed, some steps are necessary to mitigate the risk of EPREL relaying illegitimate content. This will involve the electronic verification of the suppliers identity. To this end, suppliers (legal entity organisations) will need to use a Qualified Electronic Seal issued by a Qualified Trust Service Provider (QTSP).

TrustPro QTSP, in collaboration with itAgile, has developed the multiSign eSeal solution that with a few steps allows you to obtain, in less than 48 hours, a Qualified Electronic Seal that complies with the requirements of the EPREL energy certification.

Pass EPREL verification with TrustPro QTSP Qualified Electronic Seal

Do I need to buy e-Seal from my National Qualified Trust Service Provider?

Buying locally? No need, with EU eIDAS Regulation interoperability

Article 35

Legal effects of electronic seals

1.   An electronic seal shall not be denied legal effect and admissibility as evidence in legal proceedings solely on the grounds that it is in an electronic form or that it does not meet the requirements for qualified electronic seals.

2.   A qualified electronic seal shall enjoy the presumption of integrity of the data and of correctness of the origin of that data to which the qualified electronic seal is linked.

3.   A qualified electronic seal based on a qualified certificate issued in one Member State shall be recognised as a qualified electronic seal in all other Member States.

Do I need a smart card or else to start using TrustPro Qualified e-Seal?


Our eSeal is provided as a cloud service (multiSign cloud). Use a browser, load your document and seal it. It’s easy.

The TrustPro QTSP Qualified e-Seal is remote, uses a two-factor authentication system, which does not require a smart card to sign electronic documents.

It is in fact sufficient to use a computer or other device connected to the internet such as a smartphone or tablet, an OTP (One Time Password) generated through the app oathMobile for smartphone / tablet and signatureFolder, the online signature webdesk.

OTPs, as dynamic passwords generated and destroyed within OTP devices, are considered the safest system for accessing IT systems.