The Low Carbon Economy Challenge (LCEC) is committing over $200 million for GHG reduction with a new intake for it’s Champions Stream.
The Emissions Reduction Fund – Onshore Program provides up to $50M in funding towards projects that reduce or eliminate greenhouse gas emissions in the oil and gas industry.
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 Green Heat Challenge provides $5M in funding towards the low-cost, low-carbon heating of 10,000+ government buildings. This program is now open.
The Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVI) provides government grants for installing EV charging stations and the program’s 2021 intake period has been announced.
The Green and Inclusive Community Buildings (GICB) program aims to build more community buildings and improve existing ones by making them more sustainable.
The Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program is providing applicants up to $5M to deploy a network of zero-emission vehicle charging and refuelling stations.
Canada’s Low Carbon Economy Fund (LCEF) was launched in March 2018 with up to $500 million to support projects that implement specific activities/technologies that have previously demonstrated effectiveness in reducing GHG emissions. Provided through the Low Carbon Economy Fund, the Low Carbon Economy Challenge funds projects that generate environmentally friendly growth and greenhouse gas reduction….
UPDATE: The Green Freight Assessment Phase is now closed and not accepting applications. The deadline was November 1, 2019, OR until funds had been depleted. The Implementation Phase is still open. Heavy-duty vehicles account for some of Canada’s highest transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions. While there is a lot of discussion about increasing the number of…
UPDATE: This program is closed and not accepting applications. This page will be updated once a new deadline is announced. The electrification of vehicles has come a long way, with more and more Canadians and global automotive customers shifting their mindset away from internal combustion engines (ICEs). As more consumers are beginning to understand the…