Town of Cardston unveils two significant net zero solar projects

Cardston, Alta. – Media are invited to join Mayor Maggie Kronen of Cardston for the unveiling of two significant net zero solar projects in the Town of Cardston. 

More than 500 solar panels are now powering the Cardston Civic Centre and Arena. Together they will generate over 200 MWh of electricity annually, reducing electricity costs by almost $20,000 annually. 


Date & Time:         Thursday, August 17 at 1:30 p.m. 

Place:                    Cardston Civic Centre, 67 3rd Ave, W,  Cardston, Alberta
Photo op:              Media will have an opportunity to get interviews/photos/video of officials in front of the solar panels.

Other:                    News release will be issued at 11 a.m. on event day

ENMAX Corporation, through its subsidiaries, makes, moves and sells electricity to residential, small business and large commercial customers and is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, with offices in Edmonton. ENMAX Power Corporation owns and operates transmission and distribution infrastructure in Calgary and ENMAX Energy Corporation owns diverse electricity generation facilities throughout the province. Since 2007, ENMAX has been named one of Alberta's Top Employers. ENMAX Energy is currently the retailer of choice for both The City of Calgary and The City of Edmonton.

About the town of Cardston
The Town of Cardston is a small rural Town 50km East of Waterton Lakes National Park, and an agricultural business hub for the southernmost parts of the Province. Cardston exclusively owns and operates transmission and distribution infrastructure within the corporate limits of Cardston and other surrounding franchise areas, one of only 3 small Towns in Alberta to independently own their electrical infrastructure.

Media only contact:
Gina Sutherland                                        
Media Relations Specialist            
ENMAX Corporation                
403-689-6150 /     

Shem Simmons
Communications Clerk
Town of Cardston
403-653-3366 /