Zero-carbon building welcomes students 

Hamilton’s Mohawk College has commissioned Canada’s largest net-zero-energy institutional building. The 96,000-square-foot Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation is heated and powered by geo-exchange wells and 1,900 solar panels. It’s aiming for certification under the Canada Green Building Council’s Zero Carbon Building Standard.

This story is thanks to Clean Energy Review: It illustrates that even though governments seem to be unwilling to implement effective policies to counter anthropogenic causes of climate change, good things are happening! Clean Energy Canada has weekly stories of these positive actions that people are taking individually, and as organized groups.


Posted December 26, 2018 by allanbaker in Uncategorized

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