Expressions of Interest for the first round of participation in the NEET program were collected by the Government of Alberta in early 2017 and the program is currently fully subscribed. Details on future rounds of participation in the program will be announced as they are made available.
The Non-Profit Energy Efficiency Transition (NEET) program provides funding to non-profit and volunteer-based organizations who own facilities in Alberta to obtain detailed energy audits and energy management plans (EMPs). NEET is a transition facilitation program that will help set the stage for non-profit organizations to take early action to plan for energy efficiency improvements and position them to participate effectively in future Energy Efficiency Alberta programs. For detailed information on eligibility requirements, available funding, and how to apply, please refer to the NEET Guidebook.
Who can participate?
Non-profit and volunteer-based organizations that are incorporated in good standing under one of the following acts that own facilities in Alberta are eligible to participate in NEET:
Societies Act of Alberta;
Companies Act, Part 9 (Not-for-profit companies);
Agricultural Societies Act; or
Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act and must be registered in Alberta under the federal Business Corporations Act.
How much funding is available?
NEET will cover 100% of the direct costs for energy efficiency audits and energy management plans for eligible participants up to a maximum of $10,000 per organization. Participants with audit costs exceeding $10,000 will be invoiced directly for the remainder.
Where do I find additional information?
Inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org