Tiered Energy Codes Best Practices for Code Compliance

Tiered Energy Codes Best Practices for Code Compliance

Building codes are established by law in the provinces or territories in which the building will be constructed. Compliance with code falls in the purview of the city or municipality, known as the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). The AHJs must enforce
the safety, accessibility, and other objectives of code for new buildings, which requires knowledgeable resources in multiple technical disciplines. Adding in energy codes has presented some challenges for AHJs, let alone adding in potentially multiple tiers of energy compliance.

An energy efficient economic recovery in three steps

An energy efficient economic recovery in three steps

We can build a more energy efficient economy after the COVID-19 crisis ends. Work can start now — existing programs are ready to ramp up quickly — and energy savings present a long-term path for sustainable growth

Less is More

Less is More

Read how Canada can boost GDP, create jobs and meet its international climate change commitments.

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