EnerGuide rating, label, and report - New Homes

Natural Resources Canada is working with municipalities, provinces, and territories across the country as they prepare to adopt updates to the EnerGuide rating scale and system components.  During this transition period, these partners may continue to use the 0-100 scale until they are ready to adopt the new gigajoules per year scale. Learn more about what's changing.

What’s currently being used in your region

Identify your province and select which scale applies to you:

 
Sample Label EnerGuide Rating : 1-100 Scale

EnerGuide Rating : 1-100 Scale

Nunavut, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and New Brunswick

 
Sample Label EnerGuide Rating: Gigajoules per Year Scale

EnerGuide Rating: Gigajoules per Year Scale

Yukon, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Prince Edward Island and North West Territories

Please note: partners in provinces and territories that have transitioned to the new GJ scale may still be using the 0-100 rating scale due to previous incentive programs or local building codes.