Helping Canadians shop for high efficiency products
The ENERGY STAR® symbol is a consumer icon in the Canadian marketplace. It instantly identifies products that have qualified as high efficiency.
The ENERGY STAR Initiative is a voluntary partnership between the Government of Canada and industry to make high efficiency products readily available and visible to Canadians.
NRCan formally enrolls manufacturers, retailers and other organizations as Participants in the ENERGY STAR Initiative. Participants help promote ENERGY STAR and ensure ENERGY STAR certified products are prominent and readily available in the marketplace and to Canadian consumers.
Partnering with the United States
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) administers and monitors use of the ENERGY STAR name and symbol in Canada under an agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Canada became an international partner in the program in 2001.
NRCan works closely with the EPA to develop ENERGY STAR technical specifications for products. It also develops Canadian specifications for certain ENERGY STAR certified products.
Find out who is on our list of ENERGY STAR Participants.
Why join ENERGY STAR? Joining the ENERGY STAR Canada is easy and makes good business sense.
Three tools for energy efficiency
ENERGY STAR is one of three tools that consumers, governments and businesses use to advance energy efficiency in Canada.
- Canada’s Energy Efficiency Regulations set minimum energy performance standards for energy-using products.
- EnerGuide is Canada’s energy-efficiency labelling program and rating system for major appliances, room air conditioners and some heating and ventilating equipment.
- The ENERGY STAR symbol identifies products that have met or exceeded technical specifications for high efficiency.
Use our searchable product list to find all ENERGY STAR certified products available in Canada.
For a handy “energy performance” profile of a particular product, go to the Product information section of our website.
The ENERGY STAR name and symbol are administered and promoted in Canada by Natural Resources Canada and are registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
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