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City of Calgary Mayor's Innovation Challenge

Calgary's first Net Positive Water & Energy LBC 4.0 Building

Canadian Wilds Redevelopment at the Calgary Zoo

Calgary's first Net Positive Water & Net Positive Energy Living Building Challenge 4.0 Building

The Calgary Zoo is a globally recognized conservation charity that guides, innovates, and applies scientific solutions to restore some of the world's most endangered species. Locally and globally, we take action in the wild every day to yield powerful benefits for nature and... more »

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Project Leo Scalable Passive Housing

Homes and buildings account for 13% of Canada's overall greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Cumulative impacts are the total impacts  when all of an areas or industries impacts are added together. Focusing on Calgary's housing market offers a great opportunity to implement large scale change because of it's potential to attack cumulative impacts if these changes are made affordable to the average populace.

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Unlocking the potential for downtown Calgary rooftop PV solar

Who:

• Integral Group

What

• Installation of solar PV panels on mechanical penthouse

When

• Ongoing

Where

• Enmax network area, Calgary downtown core

Why

• An innovative approach to merge building envelope design and renewable energy generation. The metal panels originally planned for cladding the building's penthouse can be replaced with solar panels connected to the building distribution system. The panels... more »

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Net Zero Plan for Municipalities

Most municipalities have published a goal to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2040 to 2050. While these goals are often possible, most municipalities do not have a detailed plan on how to achieve them. Municipalities are taking steps to track their energy and carbon emissions, but this only shows the magnitude of the problem and not how to solve it.

Buildings within cities consume a great deal of energy and generate... more »

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Reducing Calgary's Buildings Emissions

CleanO2 Carbon Capture Technologies, based in Calgary, is committed to eliminating carbon emissions from natural gas heating systems in buildings through novel technology and business solutions. We currently operate in several jurisdictions across North America, working with established gas utilities and other strategic partners in Japan, with plans to further expand internationally later this year.

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Commuter bike lanes to parallel transit/BRT corridors

A healthy and green city. A city that moves. A city of safe and inspiring neighborhoods. Reduced carbon emissions. Healthier people. Reduced traffic congestion. Reduced traffic accidents. These are the objectives of the City of Calgary and its constituents.

These objectives can all be achieved by amending the standard design guidelines and creating a policy to mandate separated, protected commuter bike lanes as part... more »

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GeoExchange Energy Mapping Potential for the City of Calgary Edited

Shallow geoexchange is a low carbon heating and cooling technology which can make a significant contribution in reaching the ambitious net-zero emissions goals for the City of Calgary. The GHG emissions related to the heating and cooling of City facilities as well as at the residential level make up a substantial fraction of the overall GHG emissions as most existing systems are highly dependent on the combustion of fossil... more »

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Net-Zero Carbon - Arena Challenge

CSEC, The City of Calgary, and CMLC have an amazing opportunity to be trailblazers in the nearly once-in-a-lifetime process of constructing a world-class arena. Setting some remarkably ambitious and bold net-zero energy/carbon goals would put Calgary in a position of exceptional climate leadership and would ensure the operational carbon emissions over the long life of the newly constructed building are in line with future... more »

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Lightspark Software Submission for Mayor's Innovation Challenge

By the year 2050, Calgary has committed to an 80% reduction in city-wide emissions below 2005 levels. The City of Calgary's Climate Resilience Strategy has identified addressing emissions from the residential housing sector as a critical plank in ensuring its sustainable

Prosperity. According to the most recent census data, Calgary has over 400,000 single family homes so figuring out how to renovate the current housing... more »

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Low Carbon & Climate Resilient Building Standard

In Calgary, roughly two-thirds of measured city-wide greenhouse gas emissions come from energy use in buildings and infrastructure, and as the impacts of climate change increase in Calgary, our buildings will need to be able to withstand greater shocks and stresses. It is not possible to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 without taking bold and transformational action to address the emissions from buildings. The most... more »

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