Appliance Efficiency Program
Manufacturers must certify appliance efficiency data to the Energy Commission in order to comply with state law.
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 - Go here for information on our enforcement program, to report a violation, or to respond to an enforcement letter.
Reporting a violation via fillable PDF.
Outreach - Go here for outreach and education materials such as flyers, brochures, reports, and FAQs.
Appliance Efficiency Database
- Special equipment certification under Title 24
For Air Economizers, Air-to-Water Heat Pump Systems, Economizer Fault Detection and Diagnostics, Intermittent Mechanical Ventilation Systems, Low Leakage Air-Handling Unit, and Occupant Controlled Smart Thermostats
Proceedings & Rulemakings
Toilet, Urinal, and Faucet Regulations were adopted on April 8, 2015 and are effective January 1, 2016
Toilet, Urinal, Faucet, and Showerhead Regulations were adopted on August 12, 2015
Appliance Enforcement Regulations were adopted on May 13, 2015, and are effective July 1, 2015.
- Report Noncompliance
- Voluntary California Quality LED lamp Specification
- Residential Appliance Saturation Survey
- Historical Appliance Listings
- Subscribe to Listserv
- Get Additional Help
- Webinar Documents
- ENERGY STAR
- Multi-State Appliance Collaborative
- Engage 360 Rebates & Incentives
- Consortium for Energy Efficiency
- Consumer Energy Center
- U.S. Department of Energy
- California Public Utilities Commission