Strata Energy Advisor helps stratas reduce GHGSStrata Energy Advisor helps stratas reduce GHGS<div class="ExternalClass1EC5C688E5FA440CB37CD901DEB4AF1E"><p>Metro Vancouver will launch a Strata Energy Advisor program in early May to help strata corporations do their part in addressing climate change across the region. </p><p>The pilot program will allow strata councils, property managers and strata members to sign up for free assessments and get expert advice from a strata energy advisor on building energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction. There are more than 7,200 strata buildings in Metro Vancouver, housing more than 300,000 households. Strata buildings use more than 7,000 GWh of energy (natural gas and electricity) per year, which contributes more than 600,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually.</p><p>Up to 11 per cent of stratas undertake a major building renovation project each year, and all strata corporations provide regular maintenance to their buildings and property. A Strata Energy Advisor will offer advice to help strata councils and property managers assess the costs and benefits of choosing options with higher energy efficiency and/or lower greenhouse gas emissions, when replacing boilers, windows or other building envelope components as part of regular maintenance or major renovation projects.</p><p>The Strata Energy Advisors will be available to multi-family residential strata developments and co-ops. It will not serve commercial, industrial or bare land residential strata developments. If strata buildings in your community are interested in participating in the program, they can find more information at <a href="http://www.strataenergyadvisor.ca/" target="_blank">www.strataenergyadvisor.ca</a>.</p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/mu42-SEA.jpg2018-04-30T07:00:00ZGP0|#d3e8d469-5d09-45bf-a563-5bb6d8ae49fd;L0|#0d3e8d469-5d09-45bf-a563-5bb6d8ae49fd|Issue 42;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClassDEE1F36DC04A4081805C9DEA51A3FC9B"><p>​Metro Vancouver will launch a Strata Energy Advisor program in early May to help strata corporations do their part in addressing climate change across the region. The pilot program will allow strata councils, property managers and strata members to sign up for free assessments and get expert advice from a strata energy advisor on building energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction.</p></div>0Photo credit: RDH Building Science

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