MNECBModel National Energy Code for Buildings (aka Model National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 1997)
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Simulation indicated that the MNECB equivalent building would use 13 million ekWh of energy or 977 ekWh/[m.
These measures reduced the space heating requirements by almost 80% compared to the MNECB reference.
Even with all of the high performance improvements, the MTL design was not able to meet the 70% annual energy savings compared to the MNECB equivalent, without the use of active renewable technologies.
30 0 Per MNECB of Canada for Quebec Reference Building (School) as 1.
According to the Canadian Building Incentive Program (CBIP), a 62% energy reduction was evaluated for the building, in comparison with the MNECB 1997 (Model National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings).