BC Energy Step Code to reduce future building energy consumptionBC Energy Step Code to reduce future building energy consumption<div class="ExternalClassAF94793EDE5841AB97AD02E33ADB2877"><p>The B.C. Government in April adopted the BC Energy Step Code, which will set out a path to make all new buildings “net zero energy ready” by 2032.</p><p>Residential and commercial buildings currently generate about a third of the region’s greenhouse gas emissions. A net zero energy building produces as much energy as it consumes over a year, as it is designed to minimize energy use and have its low energy needs supplied by renewable energy created by the energy systems of the building.</p><p>The BC Energy Step Code is a voluntary roadmap that establishes progressive performance targets (i.e., steps) that local governments across B.C. can use to encourage, or require, more construction of energy-efficient residential and commercial buildings in their communities, and do so in a consistent, predictable way. </p><p>Local government adoption of the Energy Step Code requirements will transform the building market, making buildings with high energy performance the standard in B.C.</p><p>The provincial government established a multi-stakeholder Energy Step Code Council to support local governments and industry. The Council will actively support the implementation of the BC Energy Step Code with research, training, communications, and policy guidance. Many Metro Vancouver member jurisdictions are considering how the Energy Step Code fits with their own energy and emissions plans and actions.</p><p><em>Photo Credit: </em><em>Highly energy efficient building in the City of Vancouver. Source: <a href="http://www.rdh.com/" target="_blank">RDH Building Science</a>.</em></p></div>http://www.gazon.co.ua/metroupdate/PublishingImages/Issue33-BCEnergy.jpg2017-06-29T07:00:00ZGP0|#4559f831-3b17-4c2c-8f55-ad81859dc712;L0|#04559f831-3b17-4c2c-8f55-ad81859dc712|Issue 33;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass98524BE9AC424611823EA966135E55D5"><p>​The B.C. Government in April adopted the BC Energy Step Code, which will set out a path to make all new buildings "net zero energy ready" by 2032. Residential and commercial buildings currently generate about a third of the region's greenhouse gas emissions. A net zero energy building produces as much energy as it consumes over a year, as it is designed to minimize energy use and have its low energy needs supplied by renewable energy created by the energy systems of the building.</p></div>0

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