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Canada Energy Efficiency Act by NRCan

Canada Energy Efficiency Regulations

Canada’s Energy Efficiency Act and Energy Efficiency Regulations are administered by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). Dealers are responsible for ensuring that each model of a regulated product they import into Canada for sale or lease, or ship between provinces and territories, meets the energy efficiency standard set out in the Regulations. Depending on the product, dealers may also be responsible for ensuring that an EnerGuide label or a lighting product label is affixed to each unit. All energy-using products must carry an energy efficiency verification mark. Contact us to find out more about the energy efficiency criteria to access Canada for your products!

Detailed Information

Technical aspects Energy Efficiency
Market surveillance Conditionally
Obligation Mandatory
Factory inspection Yes
Sample testing Yes


Product Scope

  • Household appliances
  • Water heaters
  • Heating and air-conditioning equipment
  • Lighting products
  • Electronic products
  • Commercial refrigeration equipment
  • Industrial/commercial equipment

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