Follow the streamlined process below to benefit from these programs and learn how they can help you.
Step 1: Potential Site (Property) Information for Solar Feasibility Report Generation
Step 2: Potential Site Evaluation and Eligible Entity Verification
Step 3: Confirmation
BRP is collecting the requested information in order to make a grant/subsidy under BRP’s Programs to the qualified entities listed in this application. The information will be used for generating a solar energy feasibility report for the given location/property which determines whether your property is both technically and financially appropriate for the installation of a solar energy system. It covers several important aspects of your potential site.
The Applicant understands that the BRP is relying upon the self-certifications contained in this application to produce renewable energy feasibility report.
The estimated time for completing this entire application is four minutes, and the Applicant needs to complete all parts. BRP is not required to respond to this collection of information.
The Program Started: 8/1/2022
The Program Expires: 8/31/2022
Limitations: The Program is available to all Small businesses, Small business owners and Private Non-profits regardless of size, including tax-exempt organizations. Program is available trough BRP certified partners in your area.
Methodology: Eligibility screening involves the development, testing and application of eligibility criteria (inclusion and exclusion criteria) by an evidence synthesis review team, based on methods pre-specified in the review or map protocol. Some parts of the process require judgement, meaning that consistent and transparent reporting of the eligibility criteria and the process for applying them are essential in order to reduce the risk of introducing errors or bias. Therefore we are using the existing Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) Guidelines for Systematic Reviews in Environmental Management (version 4.2, March 2013) which provides more in-depth information on good practice methods for this step of evidence synthesis, based on a critical consideration of existing guidance and current practice.