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Energy resources and programs for existing multi-family buildings

By 2030, we’re aiming to cut our carbon pollution from buildings in half compared to 2007 levels.

Do you live in, manage, or own a unit in a multi-family building? Below is a list of energy resources and programs available for residents or owners of a condo, strata unit, townhouse, rental apartment, non-profit, or co-op building.

With increasing demand for electrification in multi-family buildings, resources are becoming more readily available. 

Multi-family buildings include rental apartments, strata condominiums, co-ops, and co-housing developments that contain multiple housing units within 1 building or several buildings within 1 complex. They range from small apartment buildings, townhouses, and 3-storey walk-ups, to large downtown glass high-rises and 100+ unit complexes. 

Reducing emissions in existing buildings

The Building 2 Electrification Coalition (B2E) offers resources, case studies, and local events for low-carbon building retrofits.

Learn about the core actions we are taking to reduce carbon pollution from existing large commercial and multi-family buildings.