Energy Consumption in Norway

This area shows development using all energy products in all sectors in Norway. Energy products can be divided into seven main groups; electricity, district heating, oil, coal, gas, bioenergy and gasoline/diesel.

Read more about energy consumption here.

Eco-design and Energy Labelling of Products

The eco-design and energy-labelling directive are two measures initiated by the EU and aim to reduce the environmental impact of energy-related products throughout their life cycle, enabling consumers to choose the most energy-efficient product on the market.

Go to the Eco design and Energy Labelling of Products page here.

Energy Labelling of Buildings and Housing

The energy-label shows the housing or buildings energy condition through an energy category and a heating category. It is the owner’s duty to energy-label. The label should be used when selling and renting; and for large technical facilities, it should be hanged visible to the users. 

In buildings with air conditioning, and heating using oil and gas, there is a duty to do regularly an energy assessment of the facilities. 

Read more about the arrangement here.