In 2018, the federal government introduced a new program that lets electricians use their meters to track the electricity they use to run their homes.
This program was meant to encourage home energy audits.
But some homeowners have been skeptical of the program and, in fact, some have even filed lawsuits against it.
In 2017, the government announced a $50,000 compensation fund to help victims of energy theft or fraudulent meter usage claims.
In 2018 and 2019, the Alberta Utilities Commission awarded more than $10 million to homeowners who had suffered damage as a result of meter theft or fraud.
And the government awarded $2 million to victims of home energy fraud in Alberta in 2018 and $1.5 million in 2019.
The government’s new program, called Energy Management and Meter Monitoring, aims to reduce the amount of fraud and theft that happens in Alberta’s electricity sector.
As part of the Energy Management program, electricians will be able to use their own personal meter to monitor their household electrical usage.
But there are several other programs that are designed to help reduce energy theft and fraud.
These programs are called Smart Home Systems, Home Energy Monitoring and Smart Meter Monitoring.
The program has been approved by the Alberta Energy Regulator and can be used for homeowners in the province, with or without a business license.
A number of residential energy audits are also available in Alberta.
And there are other energy audits available in Canada and around the world.
The Alberta Energy Commission has also approved a $25,000 grant to homeowners and businesses to assist them with energy audits, as well as a $20,000 annual incentive to assist homeowners with energy theft.
The Energy Management grant will help with all energy audits done by energy companies.
It will cover all energy audit costs, including meter costs, equipment installation and fees.
The annual incentive will be for a minimum of two years.
This will provide $50 million for energy audits that are completed within the second year of the grant.
The $50m will cover costs for audits of energy companies’ meters, equipment, services, and other administrative costs.
These costs will be covered by a loan or an installment payment, depending on the length of the audit and whether it’s for the first time or multiple audits.
The grants will help cover up to 50% of the cost of energy audits in Alberta and help with compliance costs of companies in the energy industry.
The federal government also is funding $250,000 annually to assist home energy audit claims in Alberta, which will cover the cost for the energy companies themselves.
This grant will cover up, at a minimum, $250 per energy company for audits done within the first three years of the award.
This grants will cover audits done outside the Alberta energy industry as well.
The money will be used to pay a $2,000 compliance fee per energy audit, which is expected to reduce fraud and energy theft in the Alberta electricity sector by up to 80%.
The grant will also help cover the costs of audits of home-based meters, such as meters installed in the home.
The province is also providing $100,000 to assist energy companies with their home energy security audit, with a total annual amount of up to $1 billion.
This award is designed to cover audits of security measures and security controls that will be implemented in the electricity sector, including fire alarms, security doors and locks, sprinkler systems and locksmiths.
This money will cover energy audit expenses for energy companies, such an installation and inspection costs, and related compliance and monitoring expenses.
The funding will help provide a safe and reliable energy system that will keep Canadians safe and protect their homes and businesses.
The new energy monitoring program is part of a broader initiative to improve safety, security and efficiency in the power sector.
The provincial government is also encouraging all Albertans to audit their home to make sure they’re keeping up with their energy use.
There’s also a $100 rebate to encourage people to install energy audits at their own homes.
The goal is to ensure consumers have access to reliable and affordable energy.
The auditor general of Alberta, Scott Fraser, said that audits are key to reducing energy theft, fraud and fraud in the sector.
He said the auditor general has been working with the government to identify how best to encourage energy audit compliance in Alberta through grants and incentives.
He pointed to a number of projects in the area, including the $15 million energy audit program, which was launched in September 2017.
He also noted that the province has also created a program to increase the reliability of energy meters, with the goal of increasing reliability by 20 per cent in the first year of implementation.
The other projects are the $50-million home energy inspection program, launched in October 2018, which has been expanded in 2020 and 2021.
This new program includes $50 per meter for each energy company, $50 for every additional energy company and $25 for every meter installed in an Alberta home.
There are also several other energy audit programs that will also be launched in the coming years, including