Community Building Monitoring and Analysis GrantFederation of Canadian Municipalities
Measuring building performance helps build a better understanding of how community facilities and other buildings use energy, which can support decision-making around building maintenance and improvements.
This grant supports municipalities and not-for-profit organizations track energy use of existing community facilities over time, compare the energy performance of their buildings to similar buildings in other municipalities and identify opportunities to save energy. It is intended for community building owners who do not have a building monitoring and analysis system in place
- All Canadian municipal governments (with the exception of Low Carbon Cities Canada (LC3) namesake municipalities: the cities of Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, and Halifax Regional Municipality).
- Their project partners, which includes:
- Private sector entities
- Indigenous communities
- Municipally-owned corporations
- A regional, provincial or territorial organization delivering municipal services
- Non-governmental organizations
- Not-for-profit organizations
- Research institutes (e.g., universities)
Grant for a maximum of $25,000 to cover up to 80% of eligible costs.
How to Apply
This funding has a four-stage application process:
- Sample Letter Confirming Consultation with Provincial/Territorial Government (a prerequisite for all applicants, except municipal governments in Quebec)
- Sample Letter from Confirmed Funding Sources (required for each contributing organization, including the lead municipality)