Midland community receives ATCO grant | DrumhellerMail
Last updateWed, 28 Feb 2024 12pm

Midland community receives ATCO grant

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ATCO announced the recipients of our 2023 Clean Energy Community Fund, a new grant-making program that supports organizations on their energy transition journey, and the Midlandvale Community Hall is among the recipients.
Twelve Alberta schools, community groups and municipalities will receive funding to help them achieve their energy and sustainability goals, with projects that include energy audits, community charging stations, solar panel installations and LED light conversions.
“For ATCO, sustainability is more than an aspiration; it is interwoven with our strategy, our day-to-day operations, the products and services we provide, and part of our community investment endeavours,” said Melanie Bayley, President, ATCO Electric. “We are proud to be at the forefront of the energy transition, and in a position to provide financial support to organizations and municipalities who are looking at ways to decarbonize and lower GHG emissions.”
The $15,000 grant received by the Midland Vale Community Hall is to install solar panels to power Skate Shack at the new outdoor accessible skating rink.

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