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Built in the 1930s and with its place in the Mayors’ Megawatt Challenge top decile of energy efficient municipal buildings, the iconic Vancouver City Hall has much to teach us about achieving and sustaining high standards of energy efficiency. On November 16th we heard from Craig Edwards, Manager of Energy & Carbon Strategy, about the policy, retrofits and management practices which brought them this far and the City’s plans for completing the progress to net zero emissions.
If you were not able to join us or would like to see it again, you can view a recording of the presentation HERE.
Craig Edwards is the Energy Manager in the Real Estate and Facilities Management department at the City of Vancouver, where since 2013 he has been responsible for developing strategies and implementing projects to show leadership in achieving the goals of the City’s Renewable City Strategy and Climate Emergency Response Plan, within city owned facilities. Craig is a Professional Engineer with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters Degree in Architecture, specializing in green building design. He has worked previously in similar roles for both BC housing and the Rocky Mountain School district, where he achieved significant success in reducing GHG emissions from each of their building portfolios, and prior to that he spent 10 years as a building science and sustainable community planning consultant.
Sabrina Guvenc has previous experience creating Sustainability Climate Adaptation Community Plans in the non-profit sector. She has a Masters Degree in Environmental Applied Science and Management in which her research focused on Equity in Municipal Sustainability Planning Policies in Ontario.
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