I think we need to consider as well that:
Current siutation: Other inductive devices (like metal sensors, cable detectors) are also not intending to “radiate” into a far -field. Such devices are only assess changes in the local magnetic field.
Such devices are still covered by ERC REC 70-03 Annex 9 / ETSI EN and have to spend a huge effort also specifying RX requirements and conformance testing to measure the very low field strengths (measurement disctance of <1m necessary).
That WPT systems will not work without a wanted emission from one to another device. Typical both parts are independent devices. Without the emission/field a WPT system will not work. I think based on the rules each part has to be certified separately and I think a WPT charger shall be able to charge more than one other secondary side. It is not a "fixed" combination of devices.
If we would compare such indictive sensor devices with WPT the measurable filed the measurable filed would be much lower than of the WPT devices.
Therefore, if WPT will be handled by CENELEC EN / EMC directive it need to be discussed why inductive determination devices are radio
And second point WPT systems: a WPT system will not have emissions based on the power transfer, there will be emissions (e.g. metal sensors, gap monitoring) active which operate at the same time and similar frequencies.
In addition it is state of the art (based on the changes in the orientation/alignment) the charging coil (hardware) will detect if the secondary side will go away à based on changes in the filed --> this could also be seen as radiodetermination.
Therefore it could be easier for regulation and EN to cover all emissions (independent of the source/reason/function) under a WPT system emission mask (similar to UWB emission mask). This mask could also cover the spurious.
And final comment: also other country specific WPT regulations still availible. e.g. FCC (via a KDB+FCC part15 or part18), Canada (specific RRS), China, Japan and Korea (and more) have clear WPT regulations under the radio framework. In this regulations it is specified which kind of WPT systems or which WPT emissions (based on functionality) have to apply under which limits/rules. And the specific regulations reflects country specific situations and currently I cannot see harmonization. I think clear regulation would help as well and not try to solve a framework based on EN only.