Questions are still swirling around the future of Alberta’s solar rebate program, as all the money budgeted to subsidize solar projects on homes and businesses has been spent, according to the province.

Numbers provided to Global News by the Ministry of Environment and Parks show 948 solar projects were left unapproved when the funding ran out, including 24 projects for non-profit organizations.

The rebate was doled out by Energy Efficiency Alberta, a government agency created by the NDP that provides programs and services related to energy efficiency and energy conservation.

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