Yes. Micro-generators in Alberta are eligible to receive an additional 1 cent/kWh on electricity exported to the grid
through our Light Up Alberta program
Micro-generation is the production of electricity on a small scale, using renewable and alternative energy sources.
Energy sources are typically solar and wind that are generated by individual home owners and small businesses,
as well as municipal and community buildings to meet their electricity needs.
Micro-generators receive credits for the electricity they produce but do not consume. Small micro-generators,
sized under 150 kilowatts, are credited for the electricity sent back to the grid on a monthly basis at their retail rate.