Energy Step Code Advisory Committee

The Energy Step Code and the Future of B.C.’s Built Environment
February 28, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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The Energy Step Code & the Future of BC’s Built Environment

Last summer’s Climate Leadership Plan set a goal to ensure all new British Columbia buildings will be net zero within 15 years—and introduced the Energy Step Code as the policy path to get us there. This engaging and entertaining one-hour webinar will “lift the lid” on the Energy Step Code and bring planners, building officials, and other local government managers up to speed on the nuts and bolts. Featuring tales from the trenches and a glimpse of what comes next!

What you’ll learn:

  • What is the Energy Step Code, and how will it work?
  • Why is it important? Who is on board?
  • How are local governments already preparing?
  • Where can I find resources and support?

This is a lunch-hour webinar, with an option for in-person attendance at our Gastown studio for a limited number of interested local-governmnent staff in the Metro Vancouver area. Please specify which you will be joining by selecting the appropriate ticket type when registering. We are allocating ample time for Q&A.
We will email registrants login instructions and details closer to the event time.

- Zachary May Building and Safety Standards Branch, Province of British Columbia
- Megan Lohmann, Regional District of East Kootenays
- Jeff Fisher, Urban Development Institute
- Robyn Wark, BC Hydro

Please note: There is a limited amount of in-person seats available for the event (30 people maximum). Please select your attendance option when registering.

Thanks for helping us spread the word: The Planning Institute of British Columbia, the Building Officials Association of B.C., the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC, the Province of British Columbia, BC Hydro, and the Community Energy Association.