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ALBERTA

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saskatchewan

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manitoba

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ALBERTA

PACE enabling legislation was passed in July 2018 and came into law in January 2019 (Clean Energy Improvement Act). At that time Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) was appointed by the NDP as the PACE Administrator for the Clean Energy Improvement Program (Alberta-branded PACE). The UCP government has since dissolved EEA and the role of PACE Administrator has been transferred to the Alberta Municipal Services Corporation (AMSC). The AMSC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alberta Municipalities. The following information and links have been provided by AMSC.

 

PACE Alberta Note: The Clean Energy Improvement Program does not fully embrace the complete best practice program design being advocated by PACE Alberta due to the financial and administrative constraints imposed by the current legislation. Nevertheless, CEIP demonstrates how PACE can work to address Climate Change, create jobs, diversify the Alberta economy and inject new capital into the Alberta economy, and is a positive first step towards a sustainable future for Alberta supported by PACE.

Alberta

SASKATCHEWAN

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).

MANITOBA

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