The Low Carbon Economy Fund provides organizations with grant funding towards projects that lowers Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions to help with our 2050 net-zero emission targets.
The Charging and Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructure Initiative will provide $500 million in funding for zero emission vehicles.
Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities Program This Program Has No Maximum Funding Limit. The Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities Program supports project proposals that contribute to Indigenous-led climate action, to economic development, to pollution reduction, and to job creation. This program has received an additional $300 million in funding until 2027….
The CERRC has been allotted $300M in funding to support clean energy projects for Canadian rural and remote communities.
The Clean Energy in Indigenous, Rural, and Remote Communities program provides a total of $300M in funding towards transforming communities across Canada with clean tech.
Funding through the CleanBC Industry Fund is distributed through three different Request for Proposals (RFPs). These projects will help reduce emissions in British Columbia.
Inventys is a Vancouver, British Columbia-based firm that develops clean energy technologies. Recently, the company researched and developed an innovative method for capturing post-combustion carbon dioxide from industrial, natural gas and coal power plants. This technology, known better as the VeloxoTherm process, uses structured adsorbents to separate carbon dioxide from other flue gasses. Carbon dioxide…
The SolarLiving Show looks to provide expert advice and support for businesses that are considering the possibility of integrating clean energy systems into their facilities and operations. Recently, Canadian Government Grants for Research and Development have led to new developments by the University of Toronto in solar cell technologies. These breakthroughs promise to improve efficiencies…
The ecoENERGY Innovation Initiative is a new program and in the Budget 2011, the Next Phase of Canada’s Economic Action Plan, they received $97 million for a thorough suite of R&D and demostrating projects. The focus of the program is to encourage the production of technology that uses energy in a more clean and efficient…
The organization CleanBC has introduced funding streams that will assist businesses as they transition to cleaner energy alternatives.