Objectives

OBJECTIVES 1 Support and promote the acceptance of progressive national model codes across all building sectors that strive for Net Zero energy performance. 2 Assist with the development and implementation of strong educational and training programs for industry upskilling and preparedness 3 Encourage prioritization of sustainable and local materials which support local economies and the design and construction of healthy indoor environments conducive to occupant well being. 4 Back a science-based, research driven pathway to affordably transition all buildings, both new and existing, off of natural gas as a fuel source. 5 Promote economic opportunities, investments,and incentives through a total cost of building ownership framework
1. Support and promote the acceptance of progressive national model codes across all building sectors that strive for Net Zero energy performance.
2. Assist with the development and implementation of strong educational and training programs for industry upskilling and preparedness
3. Encourage prioritization of sustainable and local materials which support local economies and the design and construction of healthy indoor environments conducive to occupant well being.
4. Back a science-based, research driven pathway to affordably transition all buildings, both new and existing, off of natural gas as a fuel source.
5. Promote economic opportunities, investments,and incentives through a total cost of building ownership framework

Next SBM Event

April 28, 2021
  • Hydrogen

    April 28, 2021  12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    What is the future of Hydrogen in Manitoba? From buses to buildings, hear from a variety of voices on implementation plans.As the world transitions away from fossil fuels, what are they transitioning to? Hydrogen is a major player but what will that mean for Hydro-centered Manitoba?
    Join us for an overview of the Hydrogen Strategy for Canada as well as a primer producing and using hydrogen as an energy storage medium and clean fuel.
    We'll hear why Winnipeg Transit feels a mixed fleet solution including fuel cell-electric and battery-electric buses is right for Winnipeg and also about plans for its use in Northern Manitoba.
    SBM MEMBERS GET 50% OFF
    Miss sharing a lunch during these talks? Add a delicious taco from Feast Cafe Bistro. Orders must be placed before by 4:30 PM Friday April 23rd. More details below and at checkout.
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