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ENERGY STAR is the trusted, government-backed symbol for energy efficiency, helping us save money and protect the environment through energy-efficient products and practices.

Our Partnership

To help you save energy and money, while making a difference for the environment, Canon has partnered voluntarily with the EPA for more than 20 years to design products that meet the high standards of its ENERGY STAR Program. This program promotes the development and introduction of energy-efficient products to combat climate change and other environmental issues.

As an ENERGY STAR partner, Canon has more than 180 certified products that incorporate advanced energy-efficient technologies, without compromising features or performance, such as energy saver mode, automatic duplex settings, and low sleep mode power consumption.

Canon has received multiple ENERGY STAR Awards for protecting the environment through manufacturing energy-efficient products. To learn more about Canon's ENERGY STAR certified products, please visit ENERGYSTAR.gov.

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ENERGY STAR certified imaging equipment, printers, scanners, and all-in-one devices cost about the same as standard imaging equipment, but use less energy. This reduces the amount of fossil fuels burned to produce electricity, and causes fewer greenhouse gas emissions that harm the environment and contribute to global climate change..

Did you know?

If all of the imaging equipment in the United States was ENERGY STAR certified, we could save over $1 billion in electricity costs and avoid 17 billion pounds of greenhouse gas emissions each year! That's equivalent to the emissions from more than 1.6 million vehicles!

As higher energy cost and climate change become more of a concern for consumers, we are committed to offering solutions that help our customers save money, conserve energy and improve the quality of our environment.

So start saving now by choosing Canon ENERGY STAR certified products.

Join Canon in making a difference with ENERGY STAR. Go to www.energystar.gov for more information.