OVIN’s report on Ontario’s automotive sector describes the province’s efforts to strengthen the industry for years to come.
The Green Freight Program Stream 1 provides grants up to $250,000 per applicant towards third-party fleet energy assessments and truck/trailer equipment retrofits.
The Canada and Ontario Auto Pact represents a commitment from the Canadian and Ontario governments to solidify the fast-evolving EV automotive landscape and aim to foster economic growth through sustainable initiatives.
Eligible Ontario-based automotive businesses can apply for the Intellectual Property Ontario (IPON) program until December 23, 2022, to receive up to $25,000 in funding for intellectual property (IP) services.
The Ontario Automotive Modernization Program (O-AMP) provides automotive grants of up to $150,000 per project.
The OVIN Regional Future Workforce Program aims to encourage students in Ontario to pursue careers in the automotive sector by providing eligible applicants with up to $500k per project that educates youth about career opportunities.
OVIN has officially announced intakes for the second round for their key research and development programs.
ZEVAI has opened another call for proposals to provide $300K/project to educate and promote ZEV technology in Canada.
Automotive manufacturing will change drastically over the next 20 years. Explore the automotive technology and materials used for next-gen vehicles.
Ontario is investing $5.5M in funding for the Ontario Automotive Modernization Program (O-AMP) to fund improvements.