BluEarth Renewables Scholarship Program

BluEarth Renewables
September 15, 2024

This scholarship program is designed to support, educate and inspire the next generation of leaders and professionals who have the power to change the future. There are three scholarship categories to help you achieve your education goals:

Indigenous Peoples

‘We are committed to building mutually-beneficial relationships with Canada’s Indigenous communities. As part of this commitment, we award scholarships to Indigenous students to help develop their skills and knowledge in the renewable energy sector.’ Amount: Up to $3,000 per scholarship

Community Leaders

‘Building strong communities relies on many people. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate a commitment to giving back to their community and making the world a better place for their generation and generations to come.’ Amount: Up to $3,000 per scholarship

Renewable Energy Trades

‘We are committed to helping grow the renewable energy sector and supporting the skilled workers who will lead the way. This scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in a renewable energy trades program.’ Amount: Up to $3,000 per scholarship

How to Apply

  • Resident of Canada or the United States
  • Pursuing full-time studies at an accredited Canadian or United States trades or technical school, college or university
  • Indigenous Peoples Scholarship only: member of an Aboriginal community (band or settlement), including First Nations, Metis and Inuit; and proof of Aboriginal Status
  • Renewable Energy Trades Scholarship only: Enrolled in a renewable energy trades program with a direct focus on wind, hydro or solar energy

To apply for one of our scholarships, you must submit an online application form. As part of the application, you will need to upload:

  • Unofficial transcript for your most recent academic program, if completed in the last five years
  • One letter of recommendation
  • Proof of your Aboriginal Status (Indigenous Peoples Scholarship applicants only)


Applications are reviewed by our selection committee based on your case for financial support, academic merit, community involvement, pursuit of studies that could be transferable to the renewable energy sector and/or environmental stewardship, and proximity to the locations where we live, work and operate (or have development projects).

Meet last year’s recipients.