Save your customers energy and money
If you are a retailer or dealer of energy-using products, you can help Canadians make energy-efficient choices.
To help you help your customers, Natural Resources Canada has its own “brands” that promote energy-efficient products.
The ENERGY STAR® symbol indicates that a product meets or exceeds high efficiency standards. The EnerGuide label compares a product’s energy performance to others in its class. Many Canadians are already familiar with these marks.
Take advantage of our handy product profiles
Our Web site contains energy-efficiency profiles for more than 70 products as well as a searchable product list for brands and models available in Canada.
Each short product profile contains information about:
- the product technology and energy efficiency
- whether the product is regulated in Canada, has an EnerGuide label, or is ENERGY STAR® certified
- relevant links, e.g., our searchable product list, other parts of our web site, and NRCan publications
Click on the product category below that interests you to access the profiles.
- Appliances - residential
- Commercial food service equipment
- Heating equipment - residential
- Cooling and ventilation equipment - residential
- Heating and cooling equipment - light commercial
- Industrial/commercial equipment
- Office equipment & Data centres
- Other products (electric vehicle chargers, lab grade fridges and freezers, pool pumps and water coolers)
- Water heaters
- Windows and doors
Find out more about Canada’s Energy Efficiency Regulations.
- The Guide to Canada’s Energy Efficiency Regulations
- Importer’s Corner for dealers bringing products into Canada
Find out more about EnerGuide labelling.
Find out more about ENERGY STAR.
- About ENERGY STAR in Canada for an overview
- ENERGY STAR for Products—Participant News: Read the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter
- Why buy ENERGY STAR?
- List of ENERGY STAR Participants
- List of ENERGY STAR certified products
- Participant resources
- Join ENERGY STAR
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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