Low Carbon Economy Challenge: Up to $250k in Cleantech Grants
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Low Carbon Economy Challenge: Up to $250k in Cleantech Grants

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….

Low Carbon Economy Challenge: $1.3M for Landfill Gas Collection System
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Low Carbon Economy Challenge: $1.3M for Landfill Gas Collection System

The government of Canada is continuing to invest in projects that make a significant impact in greenhouse gas reductions and tackle climate change. Regina, the capital city of Saskatchewan, is working towards a greener province through their Landfill Gas to Energy Project. This landfill gas collection system collects methane emitted by the landfill and reduces…

SD Tech Fund: $6M for Energy Efficient Membrane Separation Technology
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SD Tech Fund: $6M for Energy Efficient Membrane Separation Technology

Imtex Membranes, based in Mississauga, ON, is a cleantech company that serves the petrochemical industry by specializing in the separation of gases using advanced membrane separation technology. This technology is expected to deliver significant energy and emissions reductions in petrochemical operations, particularly vehicle tire production. Imtex Membranes has received cleantech funding to continue the development…

Emissions Reduction Alberta Industrial Efficiency Challenge: $70M Awarded
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Emissions Reduction Alberta Industrial Efficiency Challenge: $70M Awarded

In order to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and succeed in a low-carbon economy, the province of Alberta requires more clean technology developers to lead their ideas through to commercialization. To contribute to this endeavor, 11 Alberta cleantech projects have received government funding support. These chosen initiatives are expected to account for collective greenhouse gas…

Crush It! Challenge: Cleantech Solutions for the Mining Industry
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Crush It! Challenge: Cleantech Solutions for the Mining Industry

Canada has had a long and successful history of sustainable mineral development. In 2017, Canada produced over 60 minerals and metals worth nearly $44 billion. The federal and provincial governments are committed to solving some of the country’s biggest challenges, striving for innovative solutions to environmental, economic, and social problems, including those in the Canadian…

TargetGHG Program Awards Funding for Industrial Demonstration Projects
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TargetGHG Program Awards Funding for Industrial Demonstration Projects

The Province of Ontario is a global leader in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As such, it strives to create and implement clean, leading-edge technologies. To encourage the development and commercialization of these technologies, the $45 million TargetGHG funding program was created and has since awarded funding for innovative projects. Recently, the TargetGHG Industrial Demonstration Program…

TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program Deadline: March 16, 2017
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TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program Deadline: March 16, 2017

TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program grants support the development of innovative products and processes that lead towards a significant reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Through the program, Ontario-based businesses may receive government funding to enter into a clean technology (cleantech) partnership with at least at least one other R&D partner. The consortium’s lead applicant…

Is Your CleanTech Project Eligible for the TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program
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Is Your CleanTech Project Eligible for the TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program

The TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program is a $45 million research and development fund aimed at supporting clean technology (cleantech) commercialization partnerships. Innovations created through the collaboration should specifically seek to reduce the greenhouse gasses released by Canada’s heaviest emitters. Ontario technology developers who enter a partnership with at least one other member may be…

SDTC TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program: Cleantech Grants
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SDTC TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program: Cleantech Grants

The Province of Ontario is positioning itself to be a leader in the development of clean technologies, commonly referred to as “cleantech”. Funds generated from the Ontario provincial cap and trade program will be reinvested into ‘green economy’ businesses, or those exploring new ways to reduce carbon emissions. This is a contributing factor in the…