The Alberta Methane Emissions Program (AMEP) is a $17-million program funded by the Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) system. AMEP supports Alberta’s methane emissions reduction efforts by enabling methane emissions reductions in Alberta’s oil and gas industry, while supporting government regulatory revisions, cutting industry costs, and assuring best practices regarding methane detection and management. The [...]
The Zero Emission Vehicle Awareness Initiative (ZEVAI) supports projects that aim to increase awareness, knowledge and public confidence in zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) and public charging and refueling infrastructure. The ZEVAI helps fund outreach, education, and capacity-building activities, ultimately enabling greater adoption of ZEVs by Canadians in all regions of the country.
Through additional financial incentives for participants bundling efficiency measures and new technology types, the Comprehensive Energy Savings (CES) stream supports facilities that are aiming to achieve deeper emissions reductions and energy savings.
The Green Freight Program will help fleets reduce their fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions through fleet energy assessments, fleet retrofits, engine repowers, logistical best-practice implementation and the purchase of low carbon vehicles. This will be administered through two key funding streams. Stream 1 – Assess and Retrofit - Status: Funding available. Stream 2 [...]
The CleanBC Building Innovation Fund (CBBIF) provides incentives to B.C. manufacturers and technology developers to commercialize and demonstrate new energy efficient and low-carbon building technologies, designs, and practices. The objectives of the CBBIF are to increase the availability, affordability and acceptability of made-in-B.C. low carbon building solutions that can be scaled up to help [...]
Bioenergy contributes to the development of low carbon fuels, the reduction of consumer and industrial solid waste, and waste reduction from agricultural development through a focus on waste conversion, renewable fuels, and circular economy. Alberta Innovates seeks to leverage Alberta’s existing oil and gas infrastructure, expertise, and innovation activities to support a growing bioenergy supply chain.
The Alberta Petrochemicals Incentive Program t provides financial incentives in the form of grants to encourage private sector investment in certain types of new or expanded Alberta-based petrochemical manufacturing facilities to produce value-added, petrochemical, hydrogen, fertilizer and fuel products.
The Clean Technology program invests in projects to adapt, develop, and deploy innovative clean technology to benefit Albertans and contribute to the growth of the province’s low-carbon economy.
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) is contributing up to $5 million to the Clean Energy Transition Partnership’s (CETP) Joint Call 2022. CETP is a transnational initiative for joint research, technological development, and innovation (RTDI) programing to boost and accelerate the energy transition.
The Decarbonization Incentive Program (DIP) is a merit-based program funded by proceeds collected from the Output-Based Pricing System (OBPS). DIP’s objectives are to incentivize long-term decarbonization of Canada’s industrial sectors and support Canada’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goals.