Renewable electricity generation is the final step in both “The 4Rs of Sustainable Community Energy Planning” and BCIT’s hybridised model comprising three Energy Action Areas. BCIT’s Situation Analysis indicates that on-site renewable electricity production using available technologies is currently not cost effective. Therefore, BCIT’s strategy is to monitor progress toward meeting the Factor Four target (75% reduction in energy throughput) via demand-side management and district energy then, if the target cannot be met through these means, BCIT will re-evaluate the viability of on-site renewable electricity production to meet the shortfall. Note that renewable electricity has been generated using photovoltaic solar panels at the Demonstration House since 2000. Although this generation began before Factor Four was initiated, it has been listed in the FactorFour Energy Projects Summary – May 2015 Revision – WEB VERSION.