Combustion Spillage: Causes and Concerns in Northern Homes

Is your furnace, boiler, wood stove or pellet stove safe? We’ve created a handy guide to help you find out. Virtually every home in the Northwest Territories is heated by some sort of fuel that burns, such as wood, oil or propane. When fuels burn, they create combustion gases, such as carbon monoxide (CO) and … Read more

Request for Quotations – Wood Pellet Boiler Installations

We are looking for a mechanical contractor to supply and a wood pellet boilers in Yellowknife. If you are interested in providing a quote, please see the RFQ document below for more information. Deadline: Jan. 31, 2024 at 5:00PM Downloads

Call for Presenters: Northwest Territories Biomass Week – Jan. 29–Feb. 2, 2024

Do you have expertise with biomass heating and want to share your knowledge? We’re looking for presenters for our Northwest Territories Biomass Week sessions, from Jan. 29 to Feb. 2, 2024, presented in partnership with the Wood Pellet Association of Canada. This will be a virtual event. Past topics have included: The Arctic Energy Alliance … Read more

2022/23 Annual Report

Check out our latest annual report to see what the AEA has been up to over the past year. Here are some of the highlights: Download the full report below:

Northwest Territories Biomass Week – Jan. 30-Feb. 3, 2023

Virtual event The Arctic Energy Alliance is a leader in fighting climate change in the North. Together with communities and businesses we are working to accelerate the use of biomass and help communities realize a clean energy future. In the last few years, increased energy prices and concern around the world about climate change have … Read more

2021/22 Annual Report

Check out our latest annual report to see what the AEA has been up to over the past year. Here are some of the highlights: We provided 2,802 total rebates and other incentives, worth $1.8 million. That’s over 100 more rebates than the previous year. The clients we worked with will annually save: 1,000 tonnes … Read more

Upcoming Changes to Rebate Programs

Starting April 1, we’ll be making some tweaks to our rebate programs for energy-efficient products and renewable energy systems. Here are the highlights of the changes. Energy-efficient products Note: If you’ve recently bought a product that will no longer be eligible for a rebate or that will have a lower rebate amount , make sure … Read more

2020/21 Annual Report

Check out our latest annual report to see what the AEA has been up to over the past year. Here are some of the highlights: We provided 2,694 total rebates and other incentives, worth nearly $2 million. That’s over 1,000 more rebates than the previous year. The clients we worked with will annually save: 1,300 … Read more

New pilot project: rebates for newly constructed buildings (for businesses)

We’ve launched a new pilot project to help businesses save energy and money in newly constructed buildings. If your building meets strict energy-efficiency criteria, we can give you a rebate of up to $50,000 to help offset the cost of those energy efficiency measures. We can also provide free advice to help you reach your … Read more

Arctic Energy Alliance wins back-to-back ENERGY STAR® Canada Awards

The Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) is thrilled to be the recipient of a 2021 ENERGY STAR Canada Special Recognition award. This is the AEA’s second ENERGY STAR Canada Award, coming on the heels of last year’s Program Administrator of the Year award. Among the accomplishments that earned the AEA the award, in 2020 the organization … Read more