Do you have a project designed to save energy or help the environment? Our annual community grants can help you plant trees, naturalize an area or create energy efficiency.

Grants range in value from $1,000 to $5,000 and are available to municipalities within our service area.

Funding is provided to enhance or create a green initiative in your community, some examples of past projects include planting trees and shrubs in park areas, community gardens, install recycle bins, and downtown beautification projects, 

Funds must be used the year they are awarded, FortisAlberta reserves the right to share information and photos of your project. 

Community Naturalization and Tree Planting Grants

FortisAlberta has recently awarded our Community Naturalization and Tree Planting Grants for 2020. These programs offer communities in our service area the opportunity to win one of our $2,500 grants. Through these grants, we seek to support our municipal customers with developing and improving environmentally-friendly programs and facilities in their communities.

Our recipients for 2020 are:  

Barrhead County will plant trees at Klondike Park

Town of Bentley will plant trees at Gateway Pocket Park

Village of Bittern Lake will plant trees at the recreational area upgrade

Town of Black Diamond will plant trees at the 606 Riverside rehabilitation project

Town of Bon Accord will plant trees along the walking trail

Bruderheim Ag Society will plant native species trees for a multi-generational community park 

Village of Chipman will plant trees along the boulevards 

Town of Devon will plant trees in Voyageur Park  

Town of Didsbury will develop a tree nursery 

Town of Drayton Valley will plant trees and shrubs supporting community beautification 

Village of Duchess will revitalize the downtown area by planting trees

Town of Innisfail will plant trees at the skate park  

Village of Irma will plant trees for storm water protection

Town of Irricana will develop their community gardens

Summer Village of Lakeview will plant trees and shrubs at Goose Landing Park

Save Energy Grants

Save Energy Grants range in value from $1,000 to $5,000 and are available to municipalities including schools and businesses within our service area.

Our Save Energy Grants program is designed to assist with energy efficiency projects.


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small bank grants

Green Up school grants


Our greenUp grant program is designed to help create or enhance an environmental program for students in Elementary/Junior High and High schools. We have 15 $1,000 grants for schools to implement an environmental education program. Submissions are accepted from Sept. 1 – Nov. 1. All schools in our service area are eligible to apply.

View our 2020 greenUp grant recipients.

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ZAP Program

ZAP Program

Every year, our ZAP Program teaches 5,000 students how to stay safe around electricity.

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