The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) is leading a Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) funded initiative “Towards Cost-Effective Net Zero Energy Ready Residential Renovations” to demonstrate options for Canadians to be able to renovate their homes to Net Zero Energy. This workshop, by the ReCover Initiative, Our Story (recoverinitiative.ca) explores the Panelized Deep Retrofit approach – a Canadianized look at the “Energiesprong” model. This is a proven, scalable exterior retrofit option that could help towards improving our Part 9 housing stock – particularly MURBs and applicable townhome archetypes. The City of Ottawa, in their role as a participant in the “Towards Net Zero Renos” initiative, has identified projects that might benefit from this approach.
We invite those who are involved in designing, planning, constructing, optimizing, or financing these types of deep energy or Net Zero renovations to attend. Architects, designers, renovators/design-build/custom home builders, energy advisors, envelope and siding contractors, HVAC representatives as well as solar consultants and funding/financial representatives – all who would be at the integrated design table to make a project like this a success.
Coffee and continental breakfast is provided!
Seating is limited – Register NOW!
For more details and questions, please contact Emma Norton at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Location: ACCE Building (Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence), Room CA105a/b/c. Parking in visitor lot 7 and walk either though the buildings or walk outside down College Avenue to the other side of Woodroffe.