Tantramar-Memramcook Solar Energy Grants 2015



EOS Eco-Energy is Accepting Applications from Tantramar-Memramcook Schools, Non-profit Organizations, and Municipal Governments for Solar Energy Grants


In today’s world there is an increasing need and desire to live more sustainably, with fewer impacts on the environment. EOS Eco-Energy is dedicated to climate change adaptation and energy projects in the Tantramar-Memramcook region with a goal of seeing the region produce clean renewable energy to meet its needs. Energy affects how we live. With increasing concerns surrounding energy resources there is a need for energy literacy, in particular around solar energy. EOS exists to help the local region to be more energy efficient and use more renewable energy.

The Grant Program

EOS is excited to announce a program for local schools, non-profit organizations and municipal governments in Port Elgin, Sackville, Dorchester and Memramcook to fund solar energy projects. Two grants for $7,000.00 are available for solar projects for applicants who meet the following criteria:

  • A non-profit, school, or municipal government
  • Must own the building where the solar system will be installed
  • Building must be within the Tantramar-Memramcook region
  • Must have a suitable location for solar energy
  • Complete the installation (by a licensed installer) by December 2015

Grants can be used for solar photovoltaic panels, solar hot water, and installation costs. EOS received funding from the Mount Allison Students Union Green Investment Fund for this program.

Application Procedure and Deadline

Download and fill in the Solar Power Application Form.

Please send your completed application form to eos@nb.aibn.com by July 15, 2015. Applications will be reviewed and the best two selected.


 For More Information Contact

Amanda Marlin, Executive Director

EOS Eco-Energy