Park City aspires to be net-zero carbon as a community by 2030, running on 100% renewable energy. As of 2016, buildings accounted for 60 percent of our carbon emissions, well above the national average. There benefits of net-zero buildings are many.
To urge the industry forward, Park City plans to incentivize building projects that are designed and built to the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), incorporating Net-zero provisions.
New Building Institute’s Building Decarbonization Code is a helpful resource (LINK).
Park City accepts All-Electric and Mixed-Fuel Net Zero projects.
International Energy Conservation Code ( IECC, updated 2021)
2021 IECC Residential Provisions (LINK)
- Fact Sheet (LINK)
2021 IECC Commercial Provisions (LINK)
Fact Sheet (LINK)
Available Incentives (Commercial and Mixed-use only)
- Utah C-PACE Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy program offers low-rate financing that travels with title. Contact for more information.
Net-Zero Certification Pathways. Buildings must be certified under one of the following protocols:
- PHIUS+ certified, plus on-site renewables (LINK);
- International Living Future Institute’s Zero Energy (LINK) or Zero Carbon (LINK) or full Living Building Challenge (LINK) certification;
- LEED Zero, all categories must be fulfilled (LINK); or
- ZE plus electric-ready from Enterprise Green Communities 2020 Criteria (LINK).