Brazeau County Council Launches Energy Efficiency Rebate Program


Wanda Compton

Brazeau County



Brazeau County Council Launches Energy Efficiency Rebate Program


BRAZEAU COUNTY, April 17, 2018 — At its regular Council meeting today, Brazeau County Council passed a motion to launch a Municipal Energy Efficiency Rebate Program, to allow residents to earn rebates on energy efficient household products.


The program, which is retroactive to April 1st, 2018 and will run until April 30th, 2019, will mirror the Energy Efficiency Alberta rebate program, though municipal adjustments may be made. If purchases are made before the conclusion of the provincial program, Brazeau County residents can receive both the provincial and municipal rebates.


Residents are asked to keep their receipts for purchases on energy efficient lightbulbs, refrigerators, washing machines, water heaters, thermostats, motion sensor lights, and low-flow showerheads, among other items. Once the program launches, the County will issue rebate cheques quarterly for purchases that qualify for $50 or more in rebates. Residents will be asked to complete an application form and provide copies of purchase receipts.


Details on the Brazeau County program will be finalized by May 1st and made available on the County website at and on social media. In the meantime, residents can consult the Energy Efficiency Alberta website at for a broad overview of potential available rebates.





About Brazeau County

Brazeau County (population 7,771), located in rural, west-central Alberta, is home to a diverse landscape of industry including oil & gas, agriculture and forestry. It is also home to endless outdoor adventure making it a perfect weekend getaway from daily urban life.