To keep you in the know here are the next set of rebates that are announced:
All business, non-profit and institutional customers serviced by an Alberta electric utility are eligible, except for new construction projects, federal and provincially owned buildings, and large final emitters—as defined under Alberta’s Specified Gas Emitters Regulation.
Sectors Included in the Alberta Government Rebate program include, but are not limited to:
Institutions such as schools, hospitals, universities, and colleges
Common spaces in multi-unit residential buildings.
Once your organization has installed an approved high-efficiency heating or lighting product you can apply for the rebate. Once approved, you’ll receive a cheque that will help cover the cost of the equipment. (Expected 15-20 days to process applications for approval and rebate cheque)
The Eligible Items For This Rebate Include:
Lighting – Interior
Lighting – Exterior
Lighting – Interior Control
Lighting – Exterior Control
Lighting – Fluorescent Measures
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs)
The launch date for the program was May 18, 2017, however, eligible invoice dates go back to March 24, 2017. The eligible dates of invoices and submissions of rebates are from March 24, 2017, to April 30, 2018. So don’t lose heart if you replaced this item prior to the announcement of the rebate and submit your application!
There is a $60K cap rebate per site, per year! This means that in terms of types of furnaces that are eligible: they can be residential size furnaces for businesses (for examples business in strip malls). Please contact our office for clarification if you are unsure. For more details, you can also visit Efficiency Alberta.
Watch the latest Dear Keven segment as we talk about the latest Government Rebates: