Unlock opportunities in the energy efficiency and renewable energy sector
Help your customers save money and reduce energy with access to a new kind of financing in Alberta
The Clean Energy Improvement Program makes it easier for your customers to make deep energy-saving retrofits—and make them sooner rather than later.
That’s because this new kind of financing is tied to the property, not the property owner. Repayment is made through property taxes and the financing can transfer to a new owner if the property sells. This gives the property owners the confidence to make deeper retrofits, bundling multiple upgrades at once.
Boost your business by encouraging your customers to apply to the Clean Energy Improvement Program!
Share the CEIP Quick Reference for Contractors with your team
This handout describes the program, answers frequent questions about the processes, and includes a helpful table of interest rates, deposit rules and rebates in different municipalities.
The Clean Energy Improvement Program first launched in Rocky Mountain House in 2021 and is gradually opening up across the province. Each program is tailored to the municipality; some are continually open for new applicants while others have annual or semi-annual intake periods.
See which programs are currently open and which have paused intake.
|Municipality / Program||Status||Notes||Interest Rate||Deposit Advance|
|Town of Athabasca||Open||3.5%||10%|
|City of Calgary||Intake paused||Third intake on Nov. 14, 2023||2.95%||20%|
|Town of Canmore||Open||2.7%||50%|
|Town of Devon||Open||4.0%||15%|
|City of Edmonton – Residential||Waitlisting||3.5%||0|
|City of Edmonton – Commercial||Intake paused||Next intake expected Spring 2024||3.16%||0|
|City of Grande Prairie||Open||3.0%||25%|
|City of Leduc||Open||*||30%|
|City of Lethbridge||Open||2.7%||0|
|Town of Rocky Mountain House||Open||*||50%|
|Village of Stirling||Open||*||0|
|City of St. Albert||Open||3.0%||30%|
|Town of Westlock||Open||3.0%||30%|
Many municipalities provide a financial incentive to property owners for completing a project. Select the municipality for more details on each program.
Become a CEIP Qualified Contractor
Become a CEIP Qualified Contractor and start taking on Clean Energy Improvement Program financed projects.
Becoming a CEIP Qualified Contractor means your business will be listed in the Contractor Directory, potentially reaching thousands of customers across Alberta. And you will be among the only businesses eligible to complete work on Clean Energy Improvement Program financed projects.
Interested? Apply to become a CEIP Qualified Contractor.
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for Contractors to find the answers you need.