Government funding for cleantech innovation helps meet climate action goals so that all Canadians can benefit from a more sustainable country and advancing cleantech sector.
Eligible Ontario businesses can access up to $500,000 in funding support from the Life Sciences Innovation Fund for health solutions projects.
The National Research Council Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) is set to receive $100M/Year in funding from the Canadian federal government.
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.
Through the Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC) Program, the Government of Canada has invested a total of $8 million in funding to eight Canadian companies that will research and develop innovative solutions related to managing COVID-19.
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.
Administered through Sustainable Development Technology Canada (STDC), the Government of Canada has announced $55 million in government funding support to 20 leading cleantech companies to work on revolutionary projects that will help meet Canada’s net zero climate change goals.
The Net Zero Accelerator Program promises Canadian innovation of cleantech projects and economic growth.
The Canadian federal government has invested a total of $44.5M in 201 research and development-related projects, including universities and business R&D funding.
Kilmarnock Enterprise, an industrial solutions provider, has been awarded FedDev Ontario funding for COVID-19 solution projects, including a simplified and inexpensive ventilator.