Our Work in Action

2015/2016 Annual Report

Thirty-nine funded projects reached completion in the 2015/2016 operating year—including the largest commercial rooftop solar system in Canada. The 2015/2016 annual report profiles technologies to reduce GHG emissions in the near term as well as the game changing solutions we are advancing that will help Alberta’s transition to a lower carbon future.

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2014/2015 Annual Report

In the 2014/2015 operating year, we committed funding to projects that will help to reduce GHG emissions across Alberta’s industry sectors, including agriculture, forestry, power generation and oil and gas.

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2013/2014 Annual Report

In this operating year, we funded Clean Energy Production and Biological projects, as well as 24 Grand Challenge winners from across the globe working toward finding innovative uses for CO2.

2012/2013 Annual Report

In this operating year, we funded Alberta’s renewable energy and energy efficiency projects to reduce a record amount of carbon dioxide emissions. Biological projects were also funded, rounding out our portfolio.

2011/2012 Annual Report

The 2011/2012 year for us saw a new focus on climate change adaptation, funding three important initiatives. Biological methods to reduce carbon emissions were also a focus, as well as carbon capture projects and clean energy solutions. This operating year, we also funded small- and medium-sized enterprises with innovative clean energy solutions.

2010/2011 Annual Report

In our 2010/2011 operating year, we focused on renewable energy funding and energy efficiency funding to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in Alberta. This annual report focuses on these clean energy technologies and our role in clean energy funding.

2009/2010 Annual Report

In our first year of operations, we began funding clean-technology projects in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency, clean-energy production and carbon capture and storage. 2009/2010 set the stage for our commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving our adaptability to climate change.