Fans are among a range of industrial and domestic equipment affected by the Energy Related Product directive (ErP 2009/125/EC) which is being introduced in stages as part of the global commitment to reduce energy consumption.
Stage one came into effect in 2013 with a further update in 2015 and more to follow in 2020.
Hydor is a specialist supplier of ventilation, heating and control equipment for agriculture and horticulture, with products that carry a CE mark to signify that they meet all current efficiency regulations.
Group technical director Alan Macklin said: "Improved efficiencies will provide significant savings in electricity bills for growers which will more than cover the additional costs of the new motors within a short payback period. The major investments we are making to achieve a high level of energy efficient fans will continue to benefit our horticulture customers ahead of the continual tightening of legislation."