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A Common Target for a Sustainable Future

The Building Energy Challenge (BEC) is a friendly, stimulating competition that will take place over 4 years. The goal is to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) in commercial and institutional buildings across Quebec through collaboration, sharing knowledge, education and innovation.

It is aimed at owners, managers and tenants interested in implementing responsible management practices to improve energy performance now and over the long term. It is free of charge and open to all commercial buildings in the province, whether members or not of BOMA Quebec.

Did you know?

If 15% of commercial and institutional buildings in Quebec reduced energy consumption by 10%, that would mean a reduction of approximately 2.45 million GJ of energy and of 60,000 tons of CO2 per year, or roughly 12,000 fewer cars on the road.

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News

31
Jan
The Office of Energy Efficiency at Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is calling for proposals as it facilitates the development of a national framework for existing building commissioning (EBCx) programs.
30
Jan
In November 2019, Efficiency Canada published Canada's first Provincial Energy Efficiency Policy Scorecard. Quebec had an impressive score in these rankings, coming in second just behind British Columbia!
29
Jan
Just before Christmas you received an initial compilation of your results. Surprise! With your 2018 personalized results (see ESPM), you now know whether your performance is in the top percentiles... or not.

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