CLIMATE ACTION INCENTIVE FUND:
Municipalities, Universities, Schools and Hospitals (MUSH) Retrofit stream
The Climate Action Incentive Fund (CAIF) MUSH Retrofit stream provides funding to municipalities, universities/colleges, schools, and hospitals to help them make energy efficiency improvements and retrofits to reduce energy use, costs, and carbon pollution.
This CAIF program is available in the provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and New Brunswick.
The first round of funding for 2019-2020 is intended to support energy efficiency projects in schools. The Government of Canada will work with each province (Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and New Brunswick) to help deliver funding to schools for energy efficient projects that will allow children to have a better environment to learn, study and play. School boards will identify and prioritize projects and provinces will submit eligible projects to the federal government for funding consideration.
Schools and/or school boards interested in participating in the MUSH Retrofit stream are encouraged to contact their provincial governments for more details on how to apply.
Funding for municipalities, universities/colleges and hospitals under the MUSH Retrofit stream will be announced later in 2019-2020.