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Heads Up CIPEC – Volume 22, Number 2

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New proposal templates for Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) financial assistance

CIPEC is an award-winning partnership between the Government of Canada and Canadian industry that promotes innovative energy management to help increase profitability, competitiveness and sustainability.

Through CIPEC, NRCan’s Energy Efficiency for Industry program offers cost-shared assistance to Canadian industrial companies of up to 50% of eligible costs to a maximum of $40,000 to implement energy management projects, including:

  • CAN/CSA-ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems,
  • Energy Management Information Systems (EMIS), and
  • Process Integration (PI) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) energy studies.

To be eligible for funding, an industrial facility must be a CIPEC Leader and submit a project proposal. Additionally, we now offer the same financial assistance to commercial and institutional buildings for ISO 50001 projects!

Proposal templates have been updated and are available now!

To request templates, ask questions or provide comments, please contact CIPEC.

New CIPEC Leaders

See a list of companies and facilities that have recently joined this industry-leading partnership.

Industry events and resources

Access a calendar of events and other resources, such as tools and technical information.

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