Section 1: Property Owner Details Primary Applicant
Provide contact information for the Primary Applicant of this project. The Primary Applicant must be a registered property owner where the project will occur. If the property owner is not a natural person (e.g., a corporation), the Primary Applicant must be a legally authorized representative for the corporate property owner. Municipality * Edmonton – CEIP Is this property owner a corporation? * Name *
Other Property Owners
Identify all other property owners listed on the registered title for the property where the project will occur. How many other property owners are there? None 1 2 3 Additional Applicant(s) 2nd Owner Name
3rd Owner Name
4th Owner Name
Section 2: Property Details A. Property Location
Complete the following information for the property where the project will occur:
Property Address: Street Address
* B. Property Type What best describes your property? * Commercial, corporate office Commercial, retail property Commercial, accommodation property Commercial, free-standing parkade Commercial Industrial, manufacturing facility Commercial Industrial, warehousing and distribution Commercial Industrial, contractors workshop Commercial Special Purpose, church Commercial Special Purpose, school Commercial Special Purpose, museum Commercial Special Purpose, recreational facility Commercial Special Purpose, golf course Commercial Special Purpose, performing arts facility Farmland Commercial, other
For all applicants: The Property must be privately-owned and pay property tax to participate in the Program.
Please note that the following property types are not eligible for the Program: multi-unit residential buildings (e.g., condominium buildings and apartment buildings), government-owned properties, commercial land without a building, designated industrial property, and new construction (i.e., building that are no more than six months old following the date of first occupancy).
Please describe the use of the property:
Note: Designated industrial properties are accessed by the provincial assessor according to the Municipal Government Act (MGA). These properties include facilities regulated by the Alberta Energy Regulator, National Energy Board, and Alberta Utilities Commission. Designated Industrial also includes linear property and property designated as a ‘major plant’ by the Province.
Designated industrial properties are not eligible to participate in the program.
Contractors’ shop means any building used for the purpose of storing contracting or construction equipment and material or performing shop work or assembly work by any building trade or other contractor.
Is your property in a building that includes shared facilities, and will the project impact those shared facilities? *
If you selected “In a building with shared facilities that the project will impact,” written approval from the building owner must be provided to Alberta Municipalities when submitting your Project Application.
Do you have a five year property tax payment history at this property? *
For City of Edmonton commercial CEIP participants, to be eligible for the program, you must have a property tax payment history of five years at this property.
Is your property an existing property that has held a valid Occupancy Permit for at least one year? *
For City of Edmonton commercial CEIP participants, to be eligible for the program, your property must be an existing property that currently holds a valid Occupancy Permit and has held it for at least one year.
C. Property-Secured Debt
Property owners must be in good standing on property-secured debt payments, such as mortgage payments, to be eligible for CEIP. The following information is required to confirm eligibility. Is there currently a mortgage on the property? *
If yes, please answer the following:
Are you current on your mortgage payments? Is there additional property-secured debt on the property? (e.g., commercial/small business property-tied line of credit or additional mortgages secured with the property only) * What type of additional property-secured debt do you hold? Are you current on your additional property-secured debt payments? Are you aware of any liens or registrations on the property? (e.g., a builder’s lien, property tax liens) * If yes, please answer the following: What type of registrations or liens are on the property? Section 3: Initial Project Information
Please select the upgrades you plan to make, and how much financing your project will require. You will have the opportunity to make changes to the type of upgrades and/or financing required at the Project Application stage.
Note: The City of Edmonton program requires a minimum of three upgrades to be installed as a part of a single CEIP Project. Please visit
for a full of list eligible upgrades. Select the upgrade categories you are considering for your project (select all that apply): *
Building envelope: insulation, windows, doors, air infiltration, sealing and pressurization, etc.
HVAC: furnace, boiler, heat pump, chillers, air conditioning, ERV/HRV, etc.
HVAC: controls/building automation system
Lighting: controls and fixtures
Motors and drives: motors, belts, pumps, VFD, etc.
Renewable energy: solar photovoltaic (PV)
Renewable energy: solar thermal water heating
Water Heating: tankless, tank, heat pump, etc.
Other: If your upgrade(s) is not listed above, please list it below; OR, if you’re waiting for the results of an energy audit and are undecided about which upgrades to implement, please indicate so below.
If "Other" was selected, please list your upgrade here, or indicate if you are undecided about the upgrade(s) you would like to make to your property. Provide a best estimate of the financing amount required for your project, between $3,000 and $1,000,000: *
Please review the CEIP Commercial Terms and Conditions for your municipality to see the minimum and maximum financing amounts available.
Section 4: Document Submission
Your municipality requires supporting documentation to be submitted with this form. The documents required for submission are listed in the Pre-Qualification section of your municipality’s CEIP webpage and in your municipality’s Commercial Program Terms and Conditions.
At minimum, you are required to submit:
Proof your property is insured. Accepted proof includes documentation that clearly states the policy provider, policy number, property address, commercial liability coverage, and duration of the policy (e.g., insurance binder letter). At minimum, the following must be included in the insurance policy:
Standard commercial broad form property insurance; and
$2 million in commercial general liability insurance.
Proof that an ASHRAE Level 2 audit has been scheduled.
Acceptable proof includes a quote from an engineering consultant (who must be listed as a Qualified Contractor on the CEIP website) stating the property location, list of audit requirements required under the Program, and the date the audit is scheduled to occur.
If an ASHRAE Level 2 audit has been completed within the 18 months prior to the Pre-Qualification Form submission date, and it meets the requirements of the Program (see your municipality’s Commercial Program Terms and Conditions), proof that an ASHRAE Level 2 audit has been scheduled is not required but a copy of the ASHRAE Level 2 audit report must be submitted to with this Pre-Qualification Form.
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Please upload all required documents as stated in your municipality’s Terms and Conditions. Select multiple forms to upload in one batch.
Property Owner Acknowledgement
I hereby consent and acknowledge that:
All property owners on registered title for the property have consented to participate in the Program and I am authorized to sign and submit this form on behalf of all property owners on registered title;
By completing this form, I agree to release my personal information and all information contained in this form to the Alberta Municipalities and the municipality in which the property is located for the purposes of administering the Program only;
I consent to allowing the municipality (where the project is located) to release the property tax information for the property where the project will occur to the Alberta Municipalities for the purposes of administering the Program only;
I confirm all property owners on registered title have read and agree to the Commercial Program Terms and Conditions for the municipality in which the property is located found on myceip.ca;
I affirm that I am in good standing with respect to property tax payments for the last five years on the property where the project will occur;
I affirm that I am not in bankruptcy or insolvency and the property is not in foreclosure;
If a mortgage is on the Property, I am responsible for determining if my mortgage provider requires that they provide consent in order to participate in the Program. Failure to obtain consent from all mortgage lender(s) could result in the Participant breaching a mortgage obligation with the lender, and Alberta Muncipalities and the municipality (where the project is located) are not responsible or liable for such an outcome;
If the property is a building that includes shared facilities, and the project will impact those shared facilities, I will obtain written approval from the building owner and provide it to Alberta Municipalities; and
I affirm all information submitted as part of this form is true to the best of my knowledge.
Primary Application Signature *
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Electronic Signature Authorization: By applying my electronic signature to this document, I agree that my electronic signature is the legally binding equivalent, and therein replaces my handwritten signature on paper. I will not, at any future time, claim that my electronic signature is not legally binding or enforceable.