New energy rebates for businesses, non-profits and institutions

 

Is your business, non-profit or institution looking to save money on energy bills? Are you interested in upgrading to energy-efficient products? If so, now is the time to get started.

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Energy Efficiency Alberta’s new Business, Non-Profit and Institutional Energy Savings Program provides rebates to businesses, non-profits and institutions that switch to energy-efficient products.

Organizations can purchase and install eligible energy-efficient lighting, heating and other products and receive a maximum rebate of $60,000 per year, per facility on a first-come, first-served basis. But the benefits don’t end with the rebates. For every $1.00 invested in energy efficiency, Alberta organizations can expect to save $1.20. And while that may not seem like a lot, it can really add up. For example, a small daycare can save more than $230 per year on electricity bills just by replacing 36 fluorescent lights with LEDs.

The Business, Non-Profit and Institutional Energy Savings Program is expected to support about 3,000 participating organizations and the creation of about 280 full-time jobs for Albertans.

These rebates are one part of a suite of Energy Efficiency Alberta programs that will help Albertans improve their energy efficiency, reduce their energy use and greenhouse gas emissions and keep more money in their pockets. Other opportunities include:

For more information, including details on eligible participants and products, please visit Energy Efficiency Alberta’s Business, Non-Profit and Institutional Energy Savings Program page, email hello@efficiencyalberta.ca or call toll-free at 1-844-357-2604.

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