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EnerGuide home energy evaluations and labeling

The distinctive EnerGuide label is a familiar sight to most Canadians. We see it when we shop for new appliances, look at the literature for a new furnace or read the fine print on a light bulb package. The EnerGuide label also lets us know how much energy a home uses and how that compares to similar models.

 
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Why choose an EnerGuide-rated new home?

The familiar symbol tells Canadians that we are looking at a government-backed program. It assures us that we can rely on the information provided on the label.

  • Investments you make in energy efficiency at the construction stage will pay off in lower energy bills.

  • An EnerGuide rating, label and report will help you better understand your home’s energy performance, which may help you lower your energy use.

  • An EnerGuide label is an official record of your home’s energy performance, and may help increase its resale value.

  • EnerGuide is backed by the Government of Canada, and all participating builders must be registered with Natural Resources Canada.

  • Become part of the solution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and addressing climate change.

Choose a builder who uses the EnerGuide Rating System to improve the energy performance of their homes. Talk to your builder about the energy performance of your home and ask for an EnerGuide rating.

 

EnerGuide rating system

Natural Resources Canada is working with municipalities, provinces, and territories across the country as they prepare to adopt updates to the EnerGuide rating scale and system components.  During this transition period, these partners may continue to use the 0-100 scale until they are ready to adopt the new gigajoules per year scale. Learn more about what's changing.

UPDATED EnerGuide Rating System has been

Natural Resources Canada updated the EnerGuide Rating System for homes to give homeowners more information about the energy performance of their homes. The new EnerGuide rating system demonstrates a home’s energy performance, rather than its energy efficiency.

During the transition, provinces and territories on the old system will keep using the 0-100 system until they are ready to adopt the new gigajoules per year system.

Learn more about the differences between the old and new EnerGuide labels.

What’s currently being used in your region

Identify your province and select which scale applies to you:

EnerGuide Rating: Gigajoules per Year Scale    Yukon, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Newfoundland and Labrador and North West Territories

EnerGuide Rating: Gigajoules per Year Scale

Yukon, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Newfoundland and Labrador and North West Territories

EnerGuide Rating : 1-100 Scale    Quebec and New Brunswick

EnerGuide Rating : 1-100 Scale

Quebec and New Brunswick

 

How EnerGuide’s new gigajoules rating scale works

Yukon, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Newfoundland and Labrador and North West Territories

Yukon, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Newfoundland and Labrador and North West Territories

The EnerGuide gigajoules rating shows the energy performance of a home:

  • The lower the number, the less energy the home will use per year, and generally the better the energy performance of the home.

  • Zero (0) is the best energy performance a home can get. It indicates a home that produces as much energy as it consumes.

 

 

 

EnerGuide energy efficiency home evaluations

Assess and improve energy efficiency with an EnerGuide home evaluation

An energy-efficient home is comfortable, healthy, environmentally friendly and cost-effective. An EnerGuide home evaluation can help you understand how your home uses energy now – and identify upgrades to help improve energy efficiency.

An energy advisor will assess your home from basement to attic. This will give you an EnerGuide rating for your home. You can also get an energy efficiency report to help you make decisions about doing retrofits or upgrades. You can even use this service when you’re buying or building a new home. 

Learn more from NRCAN around what to expect from your EnerGuide home evaluation.

 

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Understand the efficiency of you home with a “HOME ENERGY EVALUATIOn”

Work with a Certified Energy Advisor to start saving money and energy.

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REBATES AND PROGRAMS

A number of federal programs already exist to support provinces and territories in scaling up efficiency efforts on the ground. Over the next few years, federal, provincial, territorial, and local governments will collaborate to fully leverage opportunities. Learn more.