Appliance Efficiency Program

Manufacturers must certify appliance efficiency data to the Energy Commission in order to comply with state law.

Compliance checklist icon Compliance - Go here for information on our compliance program, to certify appliance data, or apply for approval of a test laboratory or third party certifier.

Enforcement badge icon Enforcement - Go here for information on our enforcement program. You may also report a violation using the Appliance Efficiency Enforcement Intake Form (PDF).

Report Noncompliance badge icon Report Noncompliance (PDF)
Report a violation via the fillable Appliance Efficiency Enforcement Intake Form.

Outreach lightbulb icon Outreach - Go here for outreach and education materials such as flyers, brochures, reports, and FAQs.

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2016 Appliance Efficiency Regulations

report coverUpdated standards adopted since the publication of the 2015 Appliance Efficiency Regulations are available at WestlawNext .

2015 Appliance Efficiency Regulations

Announcements

Toilet, Urinal, and Faucet Regulations were adopted on April 8, 2015 and are effective January 1, 2016

Water Appliance Amendments to the Appliance Efficiency Regulations
Excerpt of the recent water appliance amendments to the Appliance Efficiency Regulations

Appliance Enforcement Regulations were adopted on May 13, 2015, and are effective July 1, 2015.

Proposed State Regulations and Federal Updates.

Letter to inform all stakeholders that air filters, deep dimming ballast, and heat pump water-chilling packages regulations which were adopted on May 13, 2015, are effective on July 1, 2016.


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