TORONTO GREEN STANDARDTORONTO GREEN STANDARD& ENERGY EFFICIENCYGREEN BUILDING FESTIVAL, October 12, 2012                  ...
Development Trends•   Over 107,000 residential units approved past 5    years•   Over 5 million square metres of ICI space...
Downtown Torontois Booming                                 New York City +                         >       Chicago +      ...
TORONTO GREEN STANDARD                Voluntary                Green Development Standard:                - Council Approv...
ENVIRONMENTAL PRESSURES1. Air Quality2. Green House Gas Emissions, Energy Efficiency and   Climate Change3. Water Quality ...
TIER 1: MINIMUM REQUIRED STANDARD                                                     Stormwater Retention                ...
TIER 2, Development Charge Refund 20%+35% Energy Efficiency         Green Wallsabove MNECB                           +30% ...
Role of Municipal Government                                               Raising the BarProvincial Policy, Municipal Off...
0http://wwwmahsimple0http://wwwmahsimple         Site Plan Control - Implemented with Exterior Design Control             ...
Toronto’s GHG Reduction Targets   - 6% below 1990 levels by 2012   - 30% below 1990 levels by 2020   - 80% below 1990 leve...
MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE                                                                TIER                            ...
MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE                                                                      TIER                      ...
TORONTO GREEN STANDARDEnergy Reports                                            TORONTO GREEN STANDARDPart 3 buildings and...
INTEGRATED DESIGN PROCESS(IDP)                       TORONTO GREEN STANDARD
ENERGY MODELLING REPORTS                                                     TORONTO GREEN STANDARD            Canadian Me...
TGS ENERGY MODELLING RESULTS                                       TORONTO GREEN STANDARDEnergy Efficiency   Number of Imp...
TGS ENERGY MODELLING RESULTS                                                                                            TO...
TGS ENERGY MODELLING RESULTS                                                               TORONTO GREEN STANDARD         ...
TORONTO GREEN STANDARDCONSIDERATIONS:• Better information tracking• Increase performance targets to set up for  2017 code ...
QUESTIONS                        TORONTO GREEN STANDARD     THOUGHTS        THOUGHTS           THOUGHTSwww.toronto.ca/gree...
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Development of the Toronto Green Standard, Tier 1 & Tier 2 examples, energy modelling results, and future considerations

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Toronto Green Standard & Energy Efficiency

  1. 1. TORONTO GREEN STANDARDTORONTO GREEN STANDARD& ENERGY EFFICIENCYGREEN BUILDING FESTIVAL, October 12, 2012 Lisa King, MA Sr. Planner Zoning Bylaw and Environmental Planning City Planning Division
  2. 2. Development Trends• Over 107,000 residential units approved past 5 years• Over 5 million square metres of ICI space approved past 5 years• The Official Plan has been quite successful in directing this growth to the most appropriate locations – Downtown, Centres, Avenues and Employment Districts
  3. 3. Downtown Torontois Booming New York City + > Chicago + Boston + Los Angeles + Toronto San Francisco = 119 = 118 Tall buildings under construction, March 2011 3
  4. 4. TORONTO GREEN STANDARD Voluntary Green Development Standard: - Council Approved July 2006 New Toronto Green Standard: -Council Approved December 2008 - Revised October 2009 -Required January 31, 2010 2-Year Review -Council January 2013
  5. 5. ENVIRONMENTAL PRESSURES1. Air Quality2. Green House Gas Emissions, Energy Efficiency and Climate Change3. Water Quality and Efficiency4. Urban Ecology5. Solid WasteHow can new development address these pressures?
  6. 6. TIER 1: MINIMUM REQUIRED STANDARD Stormwater Retention Green Bird-Friendly & Quality Roofs+ 25%EnergyEfficiencyaboveMNECB Tree Planting ‘Cool’ Paving Pedestrian Infrastructure Cycling Infrastructure
  7. 7. TIER 2, Development Charge Refund 20%+35% Energy Efficiency Green Wallsabove MNECB +30% Water Efficiency 25mmStormwater Retention Building CommissioningBETTER Building+75% UHI treatment at-grade Materials Green WallsBuildingMaterials Lighting/Shielding Enhanced Bike Parking
  8. 8. Role of Municipal Government Raising the BarProvincial Policy, Municipal Official Plan Sustainable (GREEN) Development Standards The Bare Minimum Zoning Bylaws Ontario Building Code
  9. 9. 0http://wwwmahsimple0http://wwwmahsimple Site Plan Control - Implemented with Exterior Design Control “Through the site plan control process, municipalities can now consider the external design of buildings. This means that the quality and characteristics of a proposed development can be taken into consideration to ensure positive contributions are made to the physical appearance of neighbourhoods.”(MMAH)
  10. 10. Toronto’s GHG Reduction Targets - 6% below 1990 levels by 2012 - 30% below 1990 levels by 2020 - 80% below 1990 levels by 2050 TORONTO GREEN STANDARD Projected vs. "Business As Usual" Greenhouse Gas Emissions for the Toronto Urban Area 35 30 Million Tonnes 25 20 15 10 5 0 1990 2004 2012 2020 2050 Time
  11. 11. MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE TIER TORONTO GREEN STANDARDMinimize Demand for Energy Through EfficientBuilding Design and Encourage Renewable EnergyProduction.TIER 1 ► Design building (s) to achieve at least 25% efficiency improvement over the Model National Energy Code for Buildings (MNECB) or ~ 13% over the Ontario Building Code (2006).TIER 1 Low Rise Residential ► Design building (s) to achieve at least EnerGuide 80 energy efficiency rating
  12. 12. MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE TIER TORONTO GREEN STANDARDTIER 2 ► Design and construct building (s) to achieve at least 35% efficiency improvement over the MNECB. • Install certified in-suite smart meters in all residential unitsTIER 2 Low Rise Residential • Design and construct building(s) to achieve at least EnerGuide 85 energy efficiency rating • Where supplied, for each unit provide ENERGY STAR compliant refrigerators and dishwashers
  13. 13. TORONTO GREEN STANDARDEnergy Reports TORONTO GREEN STANDARDPart 3 buildings and Pt 9 non residential buildings– Design Stage Energy Modelling Report required prior to site plan approvals (25% or better than MNECB) for Tier 1– Small buildings Checklist (NRCan Screening Tool) is used for buildings <2000m2– As-constructed Energy Modelling report required for Tier 2– Energy Efficiency Office reviews reports and provides standard conditions and sign-off– Eligibility for High Performance New Construction Program incentives
  14. 14. INTEGRATED DESIGN PROCESS(IDP) TORONTO GREEN STANDARD
  15. 15. ENERGY MODELLING REPORTS TORONTO GREEN STANDARD Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  16. 16. TGS ENERGY MODELLING RESULTS TORONTO GREEN STANDARDEnergy Efficiency Number of Improvement buildings % Above 25% 90 100 25 to 30% 42 47 30 to 35% 25 28 35 to 40 % 5 5 Above 40% 18 20
  17. 17. TGS ENERGY MODELLING RESULTS TORONTO GREEN STANDARD % Energy efficiency improvement by building type 50 45 40 Number of buildings 35 30 25 Above 25% 20 Above 30% Above 35% 15 Above 40% 10 Above 50% 5 0
  18. 18. TGS ENERGY MODELLING RESULTS TORONTO GREEN STANDARD Edu.-Inst. MFRB Buildings Between 25%-30 Above 30% Between 25%-30 Above 30% 43% 41% 57% 59% Commercial Buildings Between 25%-30 Above 30% 47% 53%
  19. 19. TORONTO GREEN STANDARDCONSIDERATIONS:• Better information tracking• Increase performance targets to set up for 2017 code changes• Design stage energy reports prior to building permits•As-constructed energy reports post construction•CONSULTATION with industry
  20. 20. QUESTIONS TORONTO GREEN STANDARD THOUGHTS THOUGHTS THOUGHTSwww.toronto.ca/greendevelopment
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