Energy efficiency rating
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The Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) is a score applied to dwellings in the Australian Capital Territory. It ranges from zero to six stars – the higher the number of stars, the better. This is mandatory for all dwellings offered for sale in the ACT.
The term can also refer to a rating given to household goods sold in the EU. The rating shown on a label displayed at the point of sale.
It is also a term relating to EU directive 2002/91/EC by which the energy efficiency of all buildings in England and Wales have to be stated when the building is sold as part of the Energy Performance Certificate.
- "Energy Performance Certificates". DirectGov. Retrieved 2010-09-14.
- ACT Planning and Land Authority - Energy efficiency for house sales
- EU Directive 2002/91/EC - Directive 2002/91/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2002 on the energy performance of buildings
- Energy Rating Label Manufacturer
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