Our Programs


Builders Green

Aenergy Capital’s Builders Green Program facilitates sustainable new-build multi-unit residential projects at competitive prices for a growing market of discerning buyers wanting  green housing with super low energy intensity. 


Builders Green finances energy conservation measures and solar generation for sustainable projects far exceeding the energy performance of the Model National Energy Code.


Condo corporations rather than builders repay the Builders Green financing with payments less than the utility savings with unit holders benefiting from lower condo fees.


Green Schools

Aenergy Capital specializes in delivering sustainability, building renewal, efficiency savings and renewable energy generation through solar photovoltaic arrays for K-12 schools, colleges and universities.

The Green Schools Program is focused on creating value through energy savings and modernizing the learning environment.  Financing is provided by Aenergy Capital's Energy Rent Program.

Aenergy Capital's 2019 Green Schools Program is funded in Part by Environment and Climate Change Canada under the Low Carbon Economy Challenge - Champions Stream program.

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Community Energy

Aenergy Capital is committed to establishing a green energy future in partnership with communities.


We empower First Nations, communities, institutions, businesses, municipalities and non-profits to reduce their carbon footprint by delivering the technical and financial expertise and financial resources to deliver renewable generation projects.

With strategic partners and affiliates, Aenergy Capital catalyzes and delivers renewable community energy generation projects that might otherwise not happen.

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Bio Fuels Program

Aenergy Capital is developing a derivative business to the sanitary waste and recycling industry. The intent is to manufacture engineered low carbon fuel (LCF) from municipal solid waste. The intended technology manufactures a pathogen-free homogeneous biomass fuel that is co-fired in utility boilers and co-processed in cement kilns.