Public Review of Proposed Changes to the 2020 National Model Codes

Public Review of Proposed Changes to the 2020 National Model Codes

First released in March of 2022, the National Energy Code for Buildings (NECB) and the National Building Code (NBC) make up the foundation for Canada’s first national tiered energy codes. These model codes, alongside the National Fire Code, National Farm Buildings Codes, and National Plumbing Code, are developed on a five-year cycle. As the 2020-2025 code development cycle comes to a close, the proposed changes are available via a public review period that is now open and runs until April 29, 2024. This review period is intended to collect feedback related to proposed changes to the 2020 editions of the model codes. To better help navigate the proposed changes, this article offers an overview of the proposed changes.

Update to the Green Development Standards

Update to the Green Development Standards

Addressing energy efficiency and resilience in new construction is one of the best actions the City of Mississauga can take to realize it’s goal of becoming a net-zero community.

Driving Climate Action

Driving Climate Action

In this report, we consider the federal government’s role in advancing commercial building decarbonization at scale, using Mandatory Building Performance Standards.

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