A new grant from ATCO Ltd. Will provide funding to Stepping Stones Crisis Society, among nearly a dozen other organizations across Alberta.
This newly established grant program, according to the organization, is designed to support organizations in Alberta on their journey toward energy transition. Twelve schools, community groups, and municipalities in the province will benefit from funding to realize their energy and sustainability objectives. Projects range from energy audits and community charging stations to solar panel installations and LED light conversions.
ATCO’s commitment to a sustainable future is evident in its focus on increasing energy efficiency and embracing innovative solutions to benefit communities.
The 2023 ATCO Clean Energy Community Fund will finance diverse projects across Alberta.
– Col. Moore Branch No. 26 Banff, Roal Canadian Legion: Energy audit.
– MD of Smoky River No. 130: Level 2 and Level 3 EV community charging station.
– Midlandvale Community Hall, Drumheller: Solar panels to power Skate Shack at the new outdoor accessible skating rink.
-New Myrnym School: Solar panel installation at CTEC facility.
– Our Lady of the Snows, Canmore: School recommissioning initiatives.
– SAIT, Calgary: Program on sustainable technology and research with Indigenous communities.
– Stepping Stones Crisis Society, Cold Lake: Net zero goals to reduce carbon emissions for their new facility.
– Town of Castor: Appliance upgrade to East Central Ambulance Association.
– Town of Diamond Valley, Diamond Valley: Solar system on top of the roof at Scott Seaman Sports Rink.
– Tow of Smoky Lake: Energy Upgrades for the town office.
– Town of Trochu: LED light conversion for community arena.
– Village of Linden: LED light conversion for two facilities.
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Launched in June 2023, ATCO’s Clean Energy Community Fund awards grants to municipalities, non-profits, and schools across Alberta, with a maximum limit of $15,000 for each recipient.