Canadian Net-Zero Energy home builders recognized
March 30, 2016
Canada’s elite net-zero energy (NZE) home builders gathered last week in Ottawa to celebrate and accept awards for their contribution to the largest Canadian net-zero energy (NZE) housing demonstration project by advancing building science and responding to the global climate change challenge.
A total of 26 homes were built in four provinces as part of the Net-Zero Energy Housing demonstration project with Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and Owens Corning Canada.
The five project home builders (and community locations) are: Construction Voyer (Laval, Quebec) with Asselin Architecture; Mattamy Homes (Calgary, Alberta) with Q4 Architects, Minto Communities (Ottawa, Ontario); Provident Developments (Halifax, Nova Scotia); and Reid’s Heritage Homes (Guelph, Ontario).