Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Grant Program for Buildings and Industry

By mmuise
Description:

This funding program is designed to support projects and initiatives by NWT businesses, industry and non-profit organizations that help to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.


Comments on Funding:

Funding takes the form of grants of up to:
- 25% of eligible project costs for businesses and industry applicants;
- 40% of eligible project costs for non-profit applicants;
- 75% of eligible project costs for governments, municipalities, public sector bodies and Indigenous government organizations.
This funding program is application‐based. There is a minimum project cost of $100,000 to be eligible for these funds.

Deadline: Applications are closed. Stay tuned for future intake announcements.
Eligibility:

Applicants must:

  • be businesses and industry;
  • be non-profit:
  • be Governments, municipalities, public sector bodies and Indigenous government organizations.
Application Steps:

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Documentation Needed:

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Other Things to Note:

1. The program is accepting applications until July 1, 2023. 2. An applicant may apply more than once and a single non-GNWT applicant may seek the entire yearly allocation. Multi-year projects and funding arrangements will be considered.
Funding Type: Grant
This funding program is application‐based. There is a minimum project cost of $100,000 to be eligible for these funds.
• Businesses and industry applicants may receive up to 25% of eligible project costs. • Non-profit applicants may receive up to 40% of eligible project costs. • Governments, municipalities, public sector bodies and Indigenous government organizations may receive up to 75% of eligible project costs.
An applicant may apply more than once and a single non-GNWT applicant may seek the entire yearly allocation. Multi-year projects and funding arrangements will be considered.
Eligibility
Examples of potential projects include:
• Building energy retrofits
• Biomass boilers and district heating
• Renewable energy for space or water heating
• Fuel switching to lower carbon fuels
• Waste-to-energy initiatives
• Methane capture and use
• Energy retrofits to mobile equipment
• EV charging infrastructure
• Incremental biomass energy installation costs for new buildings

About the author
mmuise