Providing energy-efficient choices for Canadians
If you manufacture energy-using products in Canada, trade these products between provinces and territories, or import them into Canada, you need to know whether your product is:
- required to meet minimum energy performance standards under Canada’s Energy Efficiency Regulations;
- required to have an EnerGuide label;
- eligible for ENERGY STAR® certification as a high efficiency model.
You will also need to know about:
- testing protocols for products; and
- reporting requirements to Natural Resources Canada and/or Canada Border Services Agency.
Find out more about Canada’s Energy Efficiency Regulations
- What’s new in the Regulations
- Announcements detailing official changes to the Regulations
- The Guide to Canada’s Energy Efficiency Regulations
- Importer’s Corner for dealers bringing products into Canada
Find out more about EnerGuide labelling
- EnerGuide labelling instructions and labelling scales for appliances and room air conditioners
- EnerGuide Rating and voluntary labelling for heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment
Find out more about ENERGY STAR Canada
- An overview - About ENERGY STAR Canada
- List of the 2017 ENERGY STAR award winners
- Join ENERGY STAR Canada
Information on ENERGY STAR for Products
- ENERGY STAR for Products–Participant News: Read the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter.
- List of ENERGY STAR Participants
- List of ENERGY STAR certified products
- Technical specifications for ENERGY STAR product certification
- ENERGY STAR for products participant resources
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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