This website contains a vast array of information on the assets, feasibility, and opportunities for wind, solar and biofuels development in South-Central and South-Western Alberta.

For more information about the initiative, view the project description page of our website.

Or, contact one of the following Southern Alberta Alternative Energy Partner Representatives:

Trevor Lewington, Chief Executive Officer
Economic Development Lethbridge
403-331-0022 or

Bev Thornton, Executive Director
Alberta SouthWest Regional Alliance
403-627-3373 or

Pete Lovering, Advisor
SouthGrow Regional Initiative
403-394-0615 or

Martin Ebel, Economic Development Officer
Lethbridge County
403-317-6052 or

Wind Power Investment Brochure 
Harness the Wind of Southern Alberta… where the abundant natural resources combined with the joint forces of 39 municipalities create a prime landscape for wind power investment.
Bio Energy 
Southern Alberta is considered the nexus for most of the cattle production that occurs in Alberta, which is very lucrative for any biogas company looking to become established.
Geothermal Energy 
Several opportunities exist for developing the geothermal industry in Southern Alberta. This includes the installation of heating systems for residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
Solar Energy 
Southern Alberta has the perfect climate for using solar technology largely due to a mean winter temperature of approximately -10°C
Wind Energy 
Currently 100% of the wind farms in Alberta are situated in its southern portion as this wind has the highest potential for power generation.
Bio-Fuels Opportunities Report 
Opportunity Identification for the Bio-fuel Industry In Southwest and South-central Alberta
The Green Growth Plan Report
Find out what Southern Alberta Communities are saying about Alternative Energy.
Biodiesel Feasibility Study
BFuel Canada, in partnership with the SAAEP and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada has completed an important step in establishing an Integrated Biodiesel Refinery in Southern Alberta.
2007 Waste to Energy Treatment Alternatives Study
In this report you’ll find information obtained from waste generators, waste management operators and transporters and technology vendors.
Government Initiatives for Producers
Media Releases
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