Strategic Energy Management for Large Final Emitters 

Energy Efficiency Alberta, through significant funding from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is extending the successful Strategic Energy Management program to reach a wider range of organizations, such as oil and gas, industrial and manufacturing organizations; specifically, facilities that are classified as Large Final Emitters (facilities that produce more than 100,000 tonnes of CO2 annually) or facilities who have opted into Alberta’s Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation (CCIR).

This additional stream of the Strategic Energy Management program is designed specifically for large facilities that have complex energy management needs. The two-year cohort-style program will be open to companies in the Fort McMurray region and Alberta’s capital region (including the Alberta Industrial Heartland, Leduc, Wetaskiwin and surrounding areas). 

Participating facilities will receive energy management coaching and engineering resources along with intensive workshops, onsite training and one-on-one coaching to increase energy management expertise within participating companies.   

Strategic Energy Management enables organizations to reduce energy use and improve operational efficiencies, while lowering greenhouse gas emissions and achieving ISO 50001 certification. It also helps to build a lasting culture of energy efficiency within the facility and throughout the organization. 

Who is eligible?

Owners or operators of facilities classified as Large Final Emitters (LFEs) and that participate in Alberta’s Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation, including facilities that have opted into the regulation over the two-year participation period.  

Interested in learning more?

To receive program updates, interested organizations can submit an Expression of Interest. Energy Efficiency Alberta will contact you to explain the required next steps. (Note: Submitting an Expression of Interest does not guarantee participation.)

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