Saskatoon has recently issued an ambitious blueprint for a sustainable future which includes the establishment of a PACE program (Saskatoon: The Low Emissions Community Plan).
PACE enabling legislation was passed into law in January 2019. At that time Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) were appointed by the NDP as the PACE Administrator for the Province. The UCP government have since disolved EEA and the role of PACE Administrator has been transferred to the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC). Municipalities who wish to make PACE (aka CEIP Clean Energy Improvement program) can opt to work with MCCAC to develop and deliver their program. A number of municipalities are planning to make PACE available to their constituents including Canmore, Edmonton, Devon, and Rocky Mountain House. (Leduc is also exploring the adoption of a PACE program). While these programs do not embrace the complete best practice program design being advocated by PACE Alberta due to constraints imposed by the current legislation, they may nevertheless demonstrate how well PACE can work and be a positive first step towards a sustainable future for Alberta supported by PACE. For more details visit the MCCAC website (Clean Energy Improvement Program (CEIP) aka PACE)
Note: For the exact wording of the CEIP legislation see items 10 & 11 in the drop down Resources tab.