Nine oil sands producers in Alberta, Canada have been awarded with Alberta government funding. The companies chosen to receive cleantech grants had projects dedicated to reducing greenhouse gases (GHG) at a competitive cost using advanced innovative technology. In turn, these projects will be help increase the global competitiveness of Alberta’s
The Alberta Innovates Product Demonstration Program (PDP) is a government funding program for Alberta-based technology developers that have commercialization-ready technologies. Through the program, companies may receive funding to offset a portion of costs related to showcasing the performance, methodology, and/or features of an innovative product.
Alberta Innovates PDP funding will support
To build market traction for new geospatial technologies, Alberta-based innovators benefit immensely from attending trade shows and industry events. These events provide business leaders with opportunities to learn about emerging technological trends and meet with potential customers, ultimately helping bring more innovative technologies to market. However, many technology developers miss
Geomatics technologies measure, analyse, and display spatial information describing geological features and manmade structures. These innovations are used across many of Canada’s top industries like agriculture, energy, mining and energy. Refining commonly used technologies can drive even greater profitability among these industries, which makes geomatics technology research and development so
Independent mini-series, PsyBorgs, has been selected to receive up to $100,000 in film production grants through STORYHIVE’s 100K Edition competition. The investment has helped extend the project from a short film to a six-part series, that will be aired on STORYHIVE.com and Telus’ Optik TV-on-Demand.
PsyBorgs is 1 of 25 production
Alberta’s agriculture industry is thriving. Recent reports indicate the province’s food and beverage industry earned more than $14.6 billion in sales and accounted for 21.5% of Alberta’s total manufactured goods. To support the sector’s continued growth and development, the Government of Alberta is providing funding to help food and beverage
The Government of Alberta has awarded $29.5 million in small business grants to support 12 cleantech projects. The investment will help accelerate innovative technology development projects that aim to reduce methane gas emissions.
The contribution has been provided through the Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) program, which supports the development of innovative
Alberta’s oil sands are critically important to the provincial economy, both in terms of employment and overall economic output. Despite this immense economic benefit, oil sands are Canada’s fastest growing source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and sustainable technologies are needed for the industry to survive mounting environmental pressures. Fortunately,
The Alberta Media Fund (AMF) plays an important role in supporting media development, production, and marketing projects in Alberta. Through various streams of government grants, the organization supports Alberta-based businesses producing high-quality media content within the cultural industries.
The Alberta Media Fund is divided into four sub-streams of project funding. This
Alberta is Canada’s second largest tech hub, however businesses across the province often find it difficult to commercialize their innovative technologies and products. This is mainly because employers lack the internal talent required to bring their ideas to market. To address this issue, the Government of Alberta has introduced funding