Description: Photo montage of the inside of
                        Sir Stanford Fleming - Lindsay Campus, a green
                        leaf and an outside shot of the Schulich School
                        of Business. Caneta provide energy simulation
                        services for these two buildings.

Sir Stanford Fleming - Lindsay Campus - Photo courtesy of Arun Sane Architechts (1st image)
Schulich School of Business – Photo courtesy of Robbie/Young + Wright Architects (3rd image)


2011 National Energy Code for Buildings: Archetype Building Analysis for Newfoundland and Labrador

Yukon Air-Source Heat Pump Characterization Study (2010)

Adaptation Guidelines for the National Energy Code for Buildings (NECB) 2011


We are hiring! Check out this junior job description and get in touch if you think you'd be a good fit. (Re-posted Jan. 2017.)

The across Canada adaptation guidelines developed by Caneta in support of NECB 2011 are now available

Caneta Research Inc. provides building related technology investigations, engineering analysis, building energy simulation, monitoring and management services to companies, industry associations, governments and utilities.

Caneta Energy, a division of Caneta Research Inc., provides building energy simulation and specialized design services such as ground-source heat pumps. We assess energy measures and assist design teams to improve overall energy efficiency, reduce building operating costs, achieve LEED certification , perform 3rd party LEED reviews and comply with energy efficiency requirements of building codes.

Description: Outside photo of
                                  GTAA Fire training Centre. Caneta
                                  provided energy simulation in support
                                  of LEED certification

Energy Modelling Case Study

GTAA Fire Training Facility Location: Toronto, Ontario. OPEN PDF


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