Country:Canada
Year:2003
Policy status:In Force
Date Effective:2003
Date Ended:2007
Policy Type:Regulatory Instruments
URL:http://www.gov.sk.ca/newsrel/releases/2003/12/15-829.html
Energy Efficiency Description:

Under this policy with the Government of Saskatchewan, all new projects and relevant renovations with at least 30% government funding will be designed and built to a high energy performance standard. That standard is defined as at least 25% better that the Model National Energy Code for Buildings 1997. Meeting this standard will help projects qualify for the Commercial Building Incentive Program of Natural Resources Canada, which provides incentives equal to double the annual energy savings, to a maximum of $60,000 for commercial buildings and $80,000 for industrial buildings. Project designers are encouraged to follow the Integrated Design Process, in which all the building design disciplines, plus the owner or owner’s representatives, take part in a series of facilitated workshops leading to the completed design of the new project. The process has been delivered high energy savings and without increasing project costs.

Climate Change Description:

Under this policy with the Government of Saskatchewan, all new projects and relevant renovations with at least 30% government funding will be designed and built to a high energy performance standard. That standard is defined as at least 25% better that the Model National Energy Code for Buildings 1997. Meeting this standard will help projects qualify for the Commercial Building Incentive Program of Natural Resources Canada, which provides incentives equal to double the annual energy savings, to a maximum of $60,000 for commercial buildings and $80,000 for industrial buildings. Project designers are encouraged to follow the Integrated Design Process, in which all the building design disciplines, plus the owner or owners representatives, take part in a series of facilitated workshops leading to the completed design of the new project. The process has been shown to result in high energy efficiency without increasing project costs.

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