Housing accounts for approximately 17% of secondary energy used in Canada.
The idea of a Net Zero Energy (NZE) home is that it produces at least as much energy as it consumes on an annual basis.
The affordable Net Zero Energy Homes project extends the Path to Net Zero initiative through an intensive evaluation.
A key determinant of a window’s energy efficiency is its glazing.
Innovative technologies for the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration of Canada’s homes and buildings.
The 'Path to Net Zero' project is part of a four-year study, led by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), to develop a framework and methodology for regionally sensitive construction recommendations.
Builders are the key to being able to increase the speed at which early products are adopted in their marketplace.
This CanmetENERGY report provides guidance to manufacturers of condensing on-demand water heaters.
Developing, testing and validating innovative prefabricated building envelope technologies for retrofitting existing Canadian homes from the exterior.
The PV Ready Guidelines describes design considerations and specifies modifications builders can make to new attached and detached homes.
The Zoning Duct Design Guide has been developed in an effort to provide mechanical designers with a generic approach for designing zoned ducting systems.
The Canadian Centre for Housing Technology (CCHT) is a unique twin-house facility used for the research and testing of residential technologies.
The Solar Ready Guidelines specify a number of design considerations and modifications builders can make to new attached and detached homes.
Experts help to accelerate the deployment of innovative technologies and solutions that will reduce the energy required by Canadian communities.