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A Verified Technology is a technology which has gone through a Verification Process and has received a Statement of Verification. This means that a Verification Body has reviewed all the test results that supports the technology's performance to check that the data is credible, consistent, of good quality and that it covers the important aspects of the technology's performance.
Following the Verification Process the proposer receives a full report of verification and a Statement of Verification is published. The Statement of Verification summarises the results of the verification process and can be used as part of the technical documentation for the technology. The structure of the Statement is defined in the General Verification Protocol, as well as the rules and principles for using it. The document has a unique registration number, the ETV logo and the date of issuance. The official publication of all Statements is done by the European Commission services on this website.
Technologies are being verified on a constant basis. The programme began in 2013 as a pilot programme and has since re-launched as a full programme in 2020, for full details on the re-launch read the article here.
Here are the figures of the technologies recorded since 2013: