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Alberta

Alberta Incentives

Make Your Own Power

By going solar, you are locking in low predictable energy costs while utility rates continue to rise. If you’ve ever thought about generating your own power, now is the time to do it—Alberta has some big goals in place to increase the portion of energy consumption that comes from renewable sources. This means there are several energy companies ready to help foot the bill for you switching to solar.

City of Edmonton – Solar Program

The City of Edmonton has introduced a Change Homes For Climate – Solar Program to help with the installation of solar systems on homes to produce renewable energy. The City of Edmonton is offering $0.40/watt towards the cost of the system, which is roughly 15% of the cost of going solar!

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Alberta Solar Incentives and Grants

Alberta has a more complex energy industry than other Western Canadian province. Multiple companies offer a variety of solar connection options. The list of service providers below coupled with the Alberta solar incentives and grants provided by a variety of institutions provides you with options. The opportunities can be overwhelming, but don’t worry—we’ll walk you through it to help you decide which option is right for you.

 

EQUS EQUS Micro-Generating Incentive Program $0.10/W Installed
Alberta Co-Operative Energy ACE Green Generator Program $1.85/kWh for power exported to the grid
Town of Banff Solar PV Production Incentive Production based top-up
City of Medicine Hat HAT Smart Program $1,000/kW installed to a max $5,000
Starland County Installed watt rebate $0.20/W Installed
Province of Alberta Alternative & Renewable Energy
Province of Alberta Alberta On-Farm Energy Management 70% of eligible costs to $750,000 maximum
Province of Alberta Alberta Municipal Solar Program (AMSP) Variable – $0.90W to $0.55/W installed capacity
Province of Alberta Alberta Indigenous Solar Program 60% of eligible costs to $200,000 maximum

 

Solar Generation Supporters:

Alberta has a more complex energy industry than other Western Canadian provinces. Multiple companies offer a variety of solar connection options. The list of service providers below coupled with the grants & incentives offered by a variety of institutions, provides customers with options.

ATCO Electric
ENMAX
Fortis Alberta
Medicine Hat Electric Utility
EPCOR
EQUS

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