Net-zero Feasibility Study

In 2016, we completed a feasibility study for a net-zero office building to house Wildsight, Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook and potentially provide a small amout of office space for others. The building would generate as much energy as it uses in a year from 19 rooftop photovoltaic panels and would use no natural gas, wood or any other fuel. In fact, energy for space heating is nearly zero in our study building.

See the feasibility study report here:

Study PDF


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