Product Certification Databases

Governments around the world maintain public databases to serve as authoritative sources of information about the energy performance and other characteristics of products in select markets.

Product databases can be used for multiples purposes, including as:

  • Certification databases, to collect national or regional information on products that are compliant or non-compliant with product energy efficiency policies
  • Product databases for modelling purposes, enabling governments to connect sales and efficiency trends to help inform the development of future policies
  • Consumer information databases, to support consumers in making smart and informed purchasing decisions

SEAD is aware of the following product databases. Please tell us if you know of others.


The SEAD Data Access Project seeks to address problems stemming from the use of many different data types and formats by S&L programs around the world.


Some governments use mobile apps to put product efficiency data directly into the hands of consumers, helping them make better informed purchasing decisions.

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