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Summary

Program Category:

Financial Incentive

Target Sector:

Both Residential and Commercial

Province:

Northwest Territories (Province-wide)

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Northwest Territories (Province-wide)

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The Alternatives Energy Technology Program (AETP)

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The program assists NWT residents and businesses to integrate commercially available, clean energy technologies into their operations. The fund is intended to reduce fuel use, and lower the cost of operations. The Residential Renewable Energy Fund (RREF) is available to assist NWT residents to integrate commercially available, clean energy technologies on their property, building or other assets for the purpose of reducing fuel usage. RREF provides funding of up to one-third of the cost of qualified renewable energy systems. The maximum amount available to any recipient is $5,000 per year. The Business Renewable Energy Fund (BREF) is available to assist NWT commercial businesses including off-grid lodges and camps to integrate commercially available, clean energy technologies into their operations. The fund is intended to reduce fuel use and lower the cost of operations in remote locations where fuel prices and carbon footprints are high. BREF provides funding of up to one-third of the cost of qualified renewable energy systems. The maximum amount available per applicant is $15,000 per year. The Community Renewable Energy Program (CREP) provides funding to community and Aboriginal governments, GNWT departments, boards and agencies, and non-profit organizations. Funding is available to assist community-based installations of alternative energy systems or the conversion of an existing conventional energy system to alternative energy technology. Renewable energy projects may receive funding of up to one-half (50%) of the project cost, up to $21,000 per year.

Other Incentive Programs

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