Tools to empower individuals and communities in Alberta’s new energy economy

PACE Financing for Solar in Alberta

PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) Financing does not require public funding, removes up-front costs, and stays attached to the site address, not the original purchaser should they sell their home or building.  AB PACE is lobbying to have the policy adopted in Alberta, which would make it a leader in Canadian PACE financing.

Energy Efficiency Alberta

One-stop source for information related to energy efficiency and solar energy rebates for residential and commercial customers

Alberta Green Economy Network

AGEN is a broad coalition of Labour, First Nations, environmental non-profit, and education, working together to build a solid foundation for the development of green jobs and shared benefits in the new Alberta energy economy

AESO Renewable Energy Program (Round 1)

Officially accepting submissions as of March 31, 2017. Competition is open to projects 5MW or greater in capacity, and consists of Expressions of Interest, Request for Qualification, and Request for Proposal stages.  Selection of winners expected December 2017.  Consultations regarding power procurement rounds specifically for community-scale renewable energy projects are underway

Negotiating Renewable Energy Leases

A Publication of the Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry: Farmers Advocate Office Released February 2017

Municipal Climate Change Action Centre

Programs include Alberta Municipal Solar Program (AMSP), Taking Action to Manage Energy (TAME+), and Climate Resilience Express

GrowingForward 2 On-Farm Solar Program

Provincial rebate program for solar installed on agricultural properties

Kick-starting Energy Efficiency in Alberta

Pembina Institute Report, published January 16, 2017

Wind Energy

Recent information related to wind energy in Southern Alberta

Solar Energy

Recent information related to solar energy in Southern Alberta


Recent information related to Bio-Energy in Southern Alberta

SAAEP 1.0 Archive (2006 – 2010)

Partnership activities, reports, and more from its first 5 years