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December 2018
BEIC News
Thank you to our Executive Dinner Sponsor - View Inc.

ViewDec18 (2).jpgBEIC would like to thank View Inc. for sponsoring the BEIC Executive Dinner event on Nov 20, 2018, in Ottawa. Søren Hermansen, CEO of the Samsö Energy Academy, and Gord
Hicks, Chair of the BEIC Board of Directors, shared their thoughts with a room full of BEIC members and partners. 

Welcome to BEIC’s Newest Members!

We are happy to announce a number of new members of the BEIC.  If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Jonathan Morier at 647.467.7708 or jonathan.morier@beic.ca.

Click here for BEIC membership information.

New BEIC Members:
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Red Deer College Targets Net Zero
Innovative technologies provide alternative energy and supplement student learning at Alberta-based College.
 
CaGBC Zero Carbon Building Program Celebrates Key Achievements
After one year of operation, the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC)’s Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) Program is celebrating several milestones and working hard to bring critical new tools and resources to the market.
Sustainability Goes Beyond Zero Carbon—It’s About Creating Greater Wellness for Tenants
Evolv1 is a living example of designing spaces that benefit our minds, our bodies, and our planet.
Fall Economic Statement Has Benefits for Urban Climate Action
The federal government’s Fall Economic Statement delivered by Finance Minister Bill Morneau included some significant climate actions through new tax reforms. The whole package represents an injection of $14.4 billion to stimulate investment across Canada.
Cap and Trade Formally Cancelled in Ontario – Federal Carbon Pricing Regime Clarified

On October 31, 2018, the Government of Ontario formally repealed the Ontario cap and trade regime and brought Ontarians, and Ontario businesses, into the federal carbon pollution pricing regime.

Super-Insulating Gel Could Boost Skyscraper Energy Efficiency
Scientists have developed a new type of gel that could increase energy efficiency in skyscrapers, through special insulating properties. The gel could also help scientists to build habitats on Mars for future manned missions.
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