Funding sources for REALice

There is funding available for the REALice Technology across Canada

Check with your local key account representative for gas and electricity and with your provincial government for any additional funding sources.

Alberta

 

Alberta Municipalities: Recreation Energy Conservation Program (REC) administered through MCCAC

Update 2022: The REC program is approaching full subscription. Applications are still accepted and will go on the waitlist.


Update 2020:
Municipal NHL-sized arenas no longer need energy audits to apply for funding through the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre’s REC Program. Without an energy audit, a municipality with an NHL-sized arena will be able to receive a rebate of up to 75% of the cost of REALice.  Click here for more info

 

Fortis Alberta: $5,000 grant may be available to municipalities within the Fortis Alberta service area.

 

Emission Reduction Alberta’s Energy Savings for Business (ESB) Program: Funding may be available for businesses or non-profits. Contact us for more info.

 

Community Facility Enhancement Program 

Financial assistance to purchase, build, renovate, or upgrade public-use community facilities.

Learn more

British Columbia

 

FortisBC rink de-aerator rebate program for gas and electric customers | To start the process: Load the application form and send it to start the process back signed to info(at)realice.ca | Rebate is $20,000.

 

Indigenous communities: The Province of British Columbia’s Community Energy Leadership Program

 

Pacific Northern Gas 

Incentives for natural gas reduction are available. Contact us to learn more.

Ontario

 

If you are an Enbridge Gas customer: Call Enbridge at 1-866-844-9994 or email them at energyservices@enbridge.com for more information.

 

Check out: Consumption Savings in Ontario: The Utilities Weigh In

Federation of Canadian Municipalities

 

There might be grants available through the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. That’s how the City of Calgary put in REALice into ALL its municipally owned-and-operated arenas.

All other Canadian Provinces and Territories

 

Contact your local utility provider to see what they are offering in incentives when you make the switch to using unheated water for your ice resurfacing.

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