About BP A+ for Energy
Hear from Stephen Willis, BP Canada President, about why the A+ for Energy program matters to BP and about the impact it's had since it began in 2007
BP’s A+ for Energy program awards Alberta and Northwest Territories teachers grants up to $10,000 to help them bring energy education projects to life and teach students about energy and energy conservation in innovative and engaging ways. BP believes energy education programs will allow future generations to understand the role energy plays in our world and apply this information to make more informed decisions about a sustainable energy future. Since 2007, BP has awarded millions in grants and educational materials to Kindergarten to Grade 12 teachers for energy projects across all disciplines. BP is extremely proud of the impact A+ for Energy has made and continues to make with Alberta and Northwest Territories schools.
More than a Grant
Winning a BP A+ for Energy grant means more than just receiving funds. Winning teachers also get to attend a conference and gala celebration held in Banff, Alberta in August. The conference is facilitated by Inside Education and includes workshops with energy experts and hands-on training with various energy education tools.
How to Apply
Application Review Process
Once all project proposals are received, they go through an initial assessment by a panel of A+ for Energy Grant Readers who use the A+ for Energy rubric to grade applications. The next phase is a safety review by BP experts. Finally, a panel of judges comprised of BP representatives, program partners and community members read the proposals.