Energy Efficiency Alberta is helping non-profit and volunteer organizations save money and energy by offering direct installations of energy-efficient products at no charge through the Non-Profit Energy Efficiency Transition Program (NEET).
The Non-Profit Energy Efficiency Transition (NEET) program helps set the stage for non-profit organizations to take early action to plan for energy efficiency improvements, and positon them to participate effectively in existing and future Energy Efficiency Alberta programs.
The NEET program launched in January 2017 and was initially designed to help Alberta non-profit and volunteer organizations complete energy efficiency audits and create energy management plans (EMPs). Effective September 24, 2018, The Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC) is no longer accepting applications for the energy audit component of NEET.
Energy Efficiency Alberta has launched the next phase of the NEET program, which helps non-profit and volunteer organizations save money and energy by offering direct installations of energy-efficient products at no charge. Program details are available at efficiencyalberta.ca.
How do I apply?
Interested non-profit organizations can submit an Expression of Interest with Energy Efficiency Alberta.