Valueup to 60% of eligible costs for for-profit organizations and up to 75% of eligible costs for not-for-profit organizations to a maximum of $40,000 per facility.
The ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems Standard is an internationally recognized voluntary standard that gives organizations a structured framework to improve energy performance by making better use of energy-intensive assets.
Organizations that have implemented ISO 50001 have reduced energy costs and increased competitiveness while minimizing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and other environmental impacts
Eligible organizations include commercial and institutional buildings owners and operators, municipal/provincial/territorial governments, utilities, industry associations, and Indigenous organizations.
- Salaries and benefits on the payroll of the Applicant for the actual time spent by the employees on the project
- Professional, scientific, technical, management, data collection and contracting
- Travel expenditures for training, including meals and accommodation
- Training, including facilitator fees, costs of training development, promotion, deployment, and evaluation
- License fees, data purchases, certification costs, and permits
- Purchasing costs for instrumentation, software, and metering (other capital cots are ineligible). Funding of this expenditure is contingent on the facility implementing an energy management system in accordance with all the criteria of the ISO 50001 standard
- Materials, supplies and equipment
- Equipment rental
- Rental of facilities, audio and visual services and other related costs (excluding hospitality and prizes) associated with delivering workshops, delivering training, conferences, meetings, and special events; and
- GST, PST or HST, net of any tax rebate to which the Recipient is entitled
Deadline DateApplication opens on September 19, 2022 until October 21, 2022.
Contact Name: Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org