Energy Efficiency Regulations
Amendment 14 to the Energy Efficiency Regulations was published in Canada Gazette Part II on October 31, 2018. While some provisions come into force upon publication, most provisions of this Amendment will come into force on April 30, 2019. The Guide to the Regulations will be updated with new requirements for affected products in time for the coming-into-force of the Amendment.
Electric range, a household electric range. It does not include a portable range that is designed for an electrical supply of 120 V or a microwave oven.
Manufactured on or after August 1, 2003
Compliant product models
Electric ranges as listed on NRCan’s seachable database
EnerGuide label required
Energy efficiency regulations by province
Some provinces also have their own energy efficiency regulations for many of the federally regulated products – find out which ones!
Energy efficiency standard
|Product type||Maximum allowable energy consumption, kWh/year|
|Ranges||2.0V + 458|
|Ovens||2.0V + 200|
|V = oven volume, Litres
kWh/year = kilowatt-hours per year
Energy efficiency report requirements
- name of product
- brand name
- model number
- the name of the certification body or province whose verification mark will be on the product or its package
- annual energy consumption in kWh
- type and size category
- volume, in litres, of usable oven space for each oven
- exterior oven width
- oven configuration, namely, single oven, double oven or double oven with microwave upper oven
- baking mode the product has, namely, normal bake or normal bake with forced convection
- information that indicates whether product is built-in or wall-mounted
- annual clock energy consumption in kWh
Download the energy efficiency reporting template.
This document does not constitute part of the Energy Efficiency Act (Act) or its associated regulations. This document is an administrative document that is intended to facilitate compliance by the regulated party with the Act and its associated regulations. This document is not intended to provide legal advice regarding the interpretation of the Act or its associated regulations. If a regulated party has questions about their legal obligations or responsibilities under the Act or its associated regulations, they should seek the advice of legal counsel.