Edmonton's EnerGuide for Homes: Spot the Difference Program
Having energy efficient homes is critical for our city to reduce greenhouse gases and move to a low carbon, energy sustainable future. The EnerGuide for Homes program, developed by the Federal government, helps Edmontonians understand and improve their home’s energy efficiency. People interested in getting their homes evaluated can go to the NRcan website to find a certified service organization that operates in the Edmonton area.
The City is developing a made-in-Edmonton program for EnerGuide labelling for homes. With the consent of those who have had a home evaluation, the information gathered from the evaluation will be put into a publicly accessible online mapping tool that will provide valuable information to homeowners, builders, buyers and sellers about individual home energy efficiency across Edmonton.
To Make Real Change, We Need Your Help!
Have you recently had an EnerGuide assessment done on your home? The City of Edmonton would like to encourage you to share the results via its exciting new EnerGuide for Homes: Spot the Difference Sharing Platform located at ace.edmonton.ca/energuide!
The goal of the EnerGuide for Homes: Spot the Difference initiative is to create awareness and make greenhouse gases and energy use in homes more visible for everyone. Join the energy efficiency wave and share your EnerGuide label on the City platform and help our community become an energy sustainable and resilient place to live.
EnerGuide rates the energy consumption and efficiency of appliances, heating and cooling equipment, ventilating equipment, houses and personal vehicles. Use it to make informed buying decisions by comparing the energy performance of different products.