Small businesses champion energy efficiency

Small business can submit their energy saving ideas to the Ministry of Energy and Mines until Monday, Aug. 15

B.C. small business owners have innovative ideas on how to conserve energy, but many do not have the time or money to make their ideas happen. The $550,000 LiveSmart Champion Program can help small business make their energy-efficient ideas a reality.

Small business can submit their energy saving ideas to the Ministry of Energy and Mines until Monday, Aug. 15. Applications will be evaluated on project feasibility, energy and cost savings, innovation, and their benefit and value to other companies and the community.

To become a LiveSmart Champion, small businesses must spend less than $50,000 per year on electricity and meet program eligibility requirements. Successful applicants will be eligible to receive up to $25,000.

For more information on the LiveSmart BC: Small Business Program, visit: www.livesmartbc.ca/green_business/index.html

 

For more information on eligibility and to submit an application for the LiveSmart Champion program, visit: https://livesmartbc.qa.gov.bc.ca/green_business/program_components.html