Aboriginal Community Energy Plan (ACEP) Program

Aboriginal Community Energy Plan (ACEP) Program

Aboriginal Community Energy Plan (ACEP) Program:

Objectives and Description:

Aboriginal Community Energy Plan (ACEP) Program is a proposal-based program where an Aboriginal community or organization may submit a proposal for funding to develop or update an existing Aboriginal community energy plan to improve energy efficiency, reduce electricity consumption and assess opportunities for green energy solutions. Successful applicants to the new energy plan stream will receive up to $90,000; whereas successful applicants to the existing energy plan stream will receive up to $25,000.

Aboriginal Community Energy Plan (ACEP) Program

Type of Program:

  • Advice
  • Awareness/Information
  • Energy Management and Monitoring
  • Financial Incentive


  • Industrial

Date of Update: 09-02-2015

For more information, contact:

Independent Electricity System Operator


Web address: http://www.aboriginalenergy.ca/aboriginal-community-energy-plans


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