SDTC has invested another $27 million in several Canadian cleantech start-ups to improve battery technology, reduce GHGs, and more.
Ontario company Polar Sapphire was awarded over $4 million by the SDTC to accelerate their lithium-ion battery cleantech projects.
An SDTC investment in Canadian cleantech was awarded to Cobric Chemicals, a company based out of Barrie, Ontario, for $3.8 million.
The OSEA announced the winners of their OSEA 2021 Top 10 Cleantech Categories competition, highlighting leaders in Ontario sustainability.
The ultimate goal of clean technology innovation is to tackle the global climate change crisis by supporting worldwide efforts to reach net-zero emissions and reduce negative environmental land, water, and air impacts.
The NRC Energy Innovation Program (EIP) is a government grant program to develop cleantech and reduce emissions that covers the cost of up to 50% of a project’s costs.
The Canadian government has invested $25 million in Svante Inc. to fund carbon capture technology to reduce emissions in manufacturing and energy sectors.
To ensure a more sustainable future for Canadians and help join the global fight against the imminent climate crisis, the Government of Canada has announced an investment of $44.3M from the SDTC Tech Fund towards 11 innovative clean technology projects.
Administered through a $1.5B investment to the Clean Fuels Fund, the Canadian government is providing funding support for the research and development of cleaner fuel solutions that will aim to reduce fuel emissions pollution in Canada by 2030.