Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) supports innovative technology projects and infrastructure upgrades for Alberta businesses.
According to the Top Technology Trends 2022 report by Capterra, fifty-six percent of Canadian businesses plan to increase their budget for software and technology in 2023 by 10 to 20 percent.
The ZEVAI program has launched a new intake for it’s Medium- and Heavy-Duty Stream with a March 13, 2023 deadline.
FedDev Ontario is investing $4.4 million to support two technology companies, BluWave-ai and Tehama, in cleantech projects.
This Canadian government funding administered through the Yves Landry Foundation provides non-repayable grant contributions to a maximum $100,000 to support Ontario manufacturers.
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 Clean Energy Transition Partnership (CETP) is offering funding in 30 countries around the world, including Canada, to help cleantech projects that focus on net-zero emissions by 2050.
The thriveFORWARD program is a tech adoption grant program for southern Ontario manufacturers. This program provides up to $100K in government funding to a maximum of 50% of project costs.
ZEVAI has opened another call for proposals to provide $300K/project to educate and promote ZEV technology in Canada.
ISC offers Canadian SMEs an opportunity to propose innovative solutions to government challenges through its Challenge Stream.