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BC Government: Third round of innovative, clean building technologies funded

Press Release

VICTORIA – New projects featuring made-in-B.C. solutions are setting the foundation to help British Columbians save on energy bills with more energy-efficient building options and technologies that also reduce carbon emissions.

The CleanBC Building Innovation Fund (CBBIF) is providing $5 million to support seven state-of-the-art projects that demonstrate innovative low-carbon, energy-efficient building practices and technologies.

“The Clean BC Building Innovation Fund is helping B.C. manufacturers and innovators develop new energy-efficient and low-carbon technologies in our homes and buildings that benefit all British Columbians,” said Bruce Ralston, Minister of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation. “With this fund, we are investing in innovative, made-in-B.C. projects that lay the cornerstones of emissions reduction, increased building energy efficiency, energy cost savings and stronger local economies.”

The CBBIF provides financial support for building projects and programs that accelerate the availability and affordability of low-carbon building solutions. This includes advanced building designs, such as Passive Houses; new construction methods, such as the use of mass timber; and ultra-efficient building components, such as heat- and energy-recovery ventilators.

Funding support in the third CBBIF round goes to a range of projects, including a Vancouver-based demonstration of a new heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) technology in two multi-unit residential buildings and a Victoria-based energy assessment tool that uses machine learning, aerial imagery and property assessment records to identify and support clean retrofits of rooftop air-handling units in commercial buildings.

The funding is part of the CleanBC Roadmap to 2030, which outlines government’s next steps to address climate goals, while keeping the economy strong and people healthy. The CleanBC Roadmap to 2030 includes requirements for all new buildings to emit zero carbon by 2030, and all new space and water heating equipment to meet the highest standards for energy efficiency.

The Province has provided approximately $14.6 million for 41 CBBI projects since 2019.

CleanBC commits government to achieve ambitious greenhouse gas reduction targets, while simultaneously supporting a vibrant economy throughout British Columbia. The CBBIF supports these goals by helping the building sector to develop innovative and affordable energy-efficient and low-carbon building solutions.

The CleanBC Roadmap to 2030 expands on these goals, accelerates climate action and builds on the province’s natural advantages, including abundant and clean electricity, high-value natural resources and a highly skilled workforce. It sets a path for increased collaboration to build a British Columbia that works for everyone.

Learn More:

For a list of CleanBC Building Innovaction Fund projects from the third intake:

To learn more about the CleanBC Building Innovation Fund, visit:

Learn how CleanBC Roadmap to 2030 puts B.C. on the path to a cleaner, better future:

A backgrounder follows.


Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources
Media Relations
250 886-5400


Facts about the CleanBC Building Innovation Fund

Approved CleanBC Building Innovation Fund (CBBIF) projects are funded through one of five streams:

  • The material, component and system manufacturing stream supports investment in manufacturing facilities to diversify and expand existing product lines or commercialize new product lines.
  • The digital technology solutions stream supports technology development for new or improved digital solutions.
  • The demonstration projects stream helps offset the incremental capital or operational costs of projects that demonstrate new technologies or applications, relative to industry standards.
  • The open call for innovations stream supports other types of activities not covered by the other funding streams, such as product development, testing and certification.
  • Information sharing and market transformation is a new category for CBBIF projects that supports information dissemination and sharing, such as case studies, research reports or informational videos, and undertake related activities, such as workshops.

Applications to the CBBIF are evaluated by an expert panel based on three main criteria:

  • Alignment with the CleanBC Roadmap to 2030, which outlines the extent to which the project advances the availability, acceptance and affordability of energy-efficient and low-carbon building solutions in alignment with the provincial strategies related to greenhouse gas emission reductions.
  • Economic development, equity and reconciliation, which is the extent to which the project creates or restores jobs, economic development opportunities and other benefits to British Columbians, including for vulnerable or marginalized communities and Indigenous Peoples.
  • Organizational capacity, which is the capacity of the applicant to complete the proposed work.


Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources
Media Relations
250 886-5400


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