Congratulations to all 2023/24 A+ for Energy Grant recipients!

2023-2024 | A+ for Energy Timeline

February 1, 2023

February 1st - Applications Open

May 13, 2023

Application Deadline

June 1, 2023

Winners Announced

A+ Winning Teachers –  2023/2024 Program Kick-Off  (Professional Development & Networking)

-Project Support & Teacher Professional Development & Networking Opportunities

  • We like to connect all of the A+ grant recipient teachers and we will make arrangements to ensure you have the opportunity to learn from and support each other!
  • We will be putting together a program kick-off as well as a mid-point check-in
    Inside Education also encourages you to participate in our PD sessions to enhance your project! You will head out on tours, share ideas, and be inspired by like-minded colleagues from across Alberta.

More Info On Our Professional Development Programs

September 2023

– Projects Begin  | 70% of funding provided

December 2023

– Online Report Due Remaining 30% of funding provided upon receipt

June 2024

– Final Video Report Due

Check out an A+ For Energy video report example:

A+ for Energy at a Glance

  • All Alberta and British Columbia K – 12 teachers are welcome to apply
  • Grants up to $5,000 for 25 Schools 
  • Preference is given to projects that demonstrate measurable greenhouse gas emission reductions and meaningful student engagement
  • Successful schools will be invited to connect for an A+ for Energy Grant program kick-off in August
  • Make sure to review the rubric in detail before completing your application so you know what the judges will be evaluating.

A+ For Energy Budget Template


A+ for Energy at a Glance

What makes a winning project?

A focus on energy! Consider how the project will enhance student understanding of Canada’s energy landscape including energy efficiency, conservation, and our future. Special consideration will be given to projects that track energy conservation and greenhouse gas emission reductions.

Make connections beyond your classroom! Share not only the number of students that will be directly and indirectly impacted but also how the project will support partnerships outside of the school and how you will highlight the program externally.

Get creative and think outside the box! There are multiple ways that energy education can be incorporated into multiple grade levels, subject areas, and school-based projects.

Check out Past A+ for Energy Projects

2019-2020 A+ PROJECTS2020-2021 A+ PROJECTS2021-2022 A+ PROJECTS2022-2023 A+ PROJECTS

Please note: If your grant proposal is related to gardening/greenhouses, etc. the energy connections must be very clear for it to be considered. Please visit this page for information about our Garden Grants!

Funding Partners

TC Energy
Cenovus Energy
Pembina Pipelines

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