Air-source and ductless heat pumps—EnerGuide
The voluntary EnerGuide label
The energy efficiency of a heat pump (in cooling mode) is measured by its seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER): the higher the number, the more efficient the model.
A heat pump’s voluntary EnerGuide label displays the model type and SEER. It also uses a pointer to show where that value falls on a scale of energy efficiency for similar models. Use the SEER value and EnerGuide scale to compare heat pumps.
The EnerGuide label may be beside the ENERGY STAR® symbol for certified models.
EnerGuide label for an air source heat pump
EnerGuide label for an air source ductless heat pump
The ENERGY STAR name and symbol are trademarks registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and are administered and promoted by Natural Resources Canada.
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