Canada’s building energy codes are expected to look a lot different by 2030, but there are already several barriers to verifying buildings are being constructed to the current energy code. Our report charts a path forward.
Canada’s national model building codes can now be counted among the public processes across Canada that continue to be affected by COVID-19. Despite the delay, provinces and territories have opportunities to pave the way for building energy code adoption now.
This summer, we have already experienced the usual heat waves that have already become a life-and-death impact of climate change in Canada: there has never been a better time to have a national conversation about building codes, energy efficiency, and heat stress.
Canada sets three percent target for energy efficiency improvement, experts recommend a $27.3 billion investment in building retrofits to start
Canadian Minister of Natural Resources, the Honorable Seamus O’Regan, announced today that Canada will join The Three Percent Club, a collaboration of governments and supporting organizations that commit to working together to put the world on a path to three percent annual energy efficiency improvement.
Across Canada; from coast to coast and in the arctic; municipally, provincially, federally and internationally; from NGOs to coalitions to trade allies, diverse voices are demanding a clean and resilient economic recovery.
Learn how data science is opening new doors in the energy efficiency industry! Virtual audits are a popular and timely topic, but do they actually solve real-world problems for utilities or customers? Is it possible for utilities to manage complex regulatory and program requirements — in a way that no longer hinders the customer journey? In this session, EnergyX will walk through what they’ve learned by digging into how data science can solve these modern challenges.