Government of Prince Edward Island - Department of Environment, Energy and Climate Action

AKA: Formerly Environment, Water and Climate Change

efficiencyPEI - Energy Efficient Equipment Rebate

Rebate for homeowners who install Energy Star certified heating equipment including:
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efficiencyPEI - Home Energy Audit Program

Allows homeowners to have a home energy audit (EnerGuide home evaulation) at a subsidized rate. Booking is done directly with the company partnered with government to offer the service.
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efficiencyPEI - Home Insulation Rebate Program

Rebate program for homeowners who install energy efficient insulation, air sealing improvements and Energy Star rated windows and doors. People whose total household income is $35000.00 or less are eligible for a higher rebate rate.
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efficiencyPEI - New Home Construction Incentives

Provides financial rebates of up to $5000.00 for eligible people who are planning to have a home built. By building a home to be energy efficient, homeowners will also see long-term benefits such as:
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efficiencyPEI - Solar Electric Rebate Program

Provides financial incentive to homeowners, businesses and farms to install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and lower energy bills. Rebates include:
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efficiencyPEI - Winter Warming Program

Free package of services offered for low income homeowners to help insulate their homes from cold weather and help make houses more energy efficient. Includes:
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Environment - Contaminated Site Registry

Online searchable registry of properties that exceed regulatory limits and are deemed a contaminated site. Registry can be searched by the community the property is in or by the property identification number (PID).
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Environment - Drinking Water Testing

Property owners or occupants who have their own well can submit samples to have their drinking water tested for bacteria levels or chemical analysis.
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Environment - Environmental Emergency Response

Provides a 24/7 phone number for the public to report environmental emergencies. The Environmental Emergency Response Team responds to reports of emergencies including:
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Environment - Special Waste Disposal Permit

Companies and individuals can apply to receive a Special Waste Disposal Permit if they have materials that cannot be disposed of through PEI's regular waste management system. Includes:
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Forest Enhancement Program

Offers advice and financial assistance to landowners in PEI to help them manage their private woodlots. Includes:
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Hedgerow Planting Program

Provides the opportunity for private landowners, farmers or businesses to apply to have hedgerows planted in the interest of environmental protection. Trees and shrubs can be planted for the following reasons:
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Angling Licence

All people age 16 and older who wish to fish recreationally during angling season must purchase an Angling Licence. People can purchase their licence online or from one of many Angling Licence Vendors across PEI starting on April 1 each year. Website also includes information about:
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Angling Resources and Information Centre Online

Provides general information about recreational fishing in PEI. Includes:
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Bow Hunting Safety Course

People who wish to hunt with a bow in PEI are required to successfully complete the following:
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Burning Permits

People are required to have a permit to use outdoor fire pits/fireplaces or to dispose of grasses, brush, leaves or other woody debris during fire season (March 15 to November 30). Permits are not required for camp fires. Individuals can contact their local provincial Forests, Fish and Wildlife offi...
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Carbon Capture Tree Planting Program

Private property owners can apply to have native tree species planted on their lands to help contribute to the effort to combat rising greenhouse gas levels. Priority sites for planting include:
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Fire Weather Index

People can access information about the current Fire Weather Index in their area of PEI. The index establishes the risk of forest or brush fires based on the current weather and other environmental factors. If the index is anything other than low, outdoor burning is not allowed even with a permit. T...
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Firearms Safety Course

New hunters must take a federal Firearms Safety Course before being issued a hunting licence in PEI. The Government of Prince Edward Island delivers this course locally on behalf of the federal government. Upon successful completion of the course, students may be issued one of the following licences...
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Hunter Education Course

In addition to obtaining a licence and paying the Wildlife Conservation Fund fee, most people in PEI must take a Hunter Education Course before being legally allowed to hunt wildlife. Upon successful completion of both parts of the course, students will receive their documents to allow them to hunt ...
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Hunting Licence

Residents can apply for a licence to legally hunt wildlife in PEI. Non-residents can visit PEI Government website to find information about how to legally hunt in PEI as a visitor.
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Land Use Information Online

Provides online access to reports pertaining to land use, PEI forests, and woodlot owner surveys.
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Reporting Injured or Dead Wild Animals

Provides information about how to report dead or injured wildlife in PEI and how to safely dispose of dead wildlife found on private property.
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Trapper Education Course

People must complete a Trapper Education Course before applying for a trapping licence in PEI. Courses are offered twice per year, usually in April and October.
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife - Trapping Licence

People who wish to trap furbearing wild animals in PEI must apply for a trapping licence and have completed a Trapper Education Course. Information is available online about where trapping is permitted.
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