Energy Efficiency Alberta – Register for your free energy audit & complimentary upgrades!

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Energy Efficiency Alberta – Register for your free energy audit & complimentary upgrades!

The Alberta government has recently launched a program called ENERGY EFFICIENCY ALBERTA and it’s a great way to get free products for your home as well as reduce your electricity, natural gas, and water usage! Watch the video below for details.

Residential No-Charge Energy Savings Program:

It’s completely free! They’ll come in and do the work for you to audit your house and install energy efficient products. Check out the website here!

Also – check out the Residential Retail Products Program here and start planning your big purchases!

Business, Non-Profit, and Institutional Energy Savings Program:

This program offers incentives to encourage organizations to choose high-efficiency products. Once your organization has installed an approved high-efficiency heating or lighting product you can apply for the rebate. Once approved, you’ll receive a cheque that will help cover the cost of the equipment.

Learn more here

This program starts in early May but purchases from March 24th or later are eligible, so sign up to the newsletter to be kept in the loop if you or your organization is interested. There’s also a program for residential and commercial solar for those interested. As with all things, there’s only so much in the provincial budget so it’s first come first serve.

Residential and Commercial Solar Program

This program offers rebates to homeowners, businesses and non-profits that install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems.

By 2019, the program is expected to:

  • Support the creation of 900 jobs in Alberta’s solar sector
  • Cut solar installation costs by up to 30 per cent for residences
  • Cut solar installation costs by up to 25 per cent for businesses and non-profits
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the province by about half a million tonnes—the equivalent of taking 100,000 passenger vehicles off the road

This program will launch as early as summer 2017, read more here and subscribe to the updates!