The Clean Energy Improvement Program is available in participating municipalities in Alberta.
Municipalities with programs available for residential property, including detached and semi-detached homes, town houses, and low-rise apartment buildings.
Town of Athabasca
Town of Canmore
Town of Devon
City of Edmonton
City of Leduc
Town of Rocky Mountain House
City of St. Albert
Only municipalities which have passed an applicable bylaw can begin the process of launching a clean energy improvement program. Alberta’s first municipality launched late in 2021 and the program will continue to launch in new markets several times a year.
Programs for residential property owners expected to launch in coming years include:
- City of Calgary
- Town of Drayton Valley
- City of Edmonton (permanent residential program under consideration for 2023/2024)
- City of Grande Prairie
- City of Lethbridge
- Town of Okotoks
- Village of Stirling
- Sturgeon County
- Town of Westlock
More ways to save
Each municipality tailors the program according to their community resiliency and energy saving goals. Your municipality may offer incentives to participate and, since the program is stackable with other incentives such as the Canada Greener Homes Grant, you can potentially save thousands of dollars off your renovations.
Interested in Commercial Programs?
Municipalities with programs available for commercial property, including offices, shopping centres, hotels, warehouses, performance spaces, sports facilities, farm land, and more.