Investments made in Ontario will lead to cutting-edge, environmentally friendly technologies

 

August 8, 2017 – Brantford, Ontario – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Ontarians will benefit from new jobs created by innovations that power electric vehicles and reduce plastics in the environment, thanks to a $15.5-million investment by the Government of Canada.

This investment in six Toronto-area companies will create well-paying middle-class jobs as a result of the new business opportunities generated by the development of technologies that lead to less pollution and healthier communities.

Government of Canada invests in Quebec’s clean technology sector

Minister Bibeau and Parliamentary Secretary Lametti announce $7.8 million to develop cleaner technologies for less pollution and healthier communities

July 28, 2017 – Sherbrooke, Quebec – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

 

Quebecers will benefit from new jobs created by innovations in the energy, mining and waste treatment sectors as a result of a $7.8-million investment by the Government of Canada.

Government of Canada invests in Nova Scotia’s clean technology sector to create jobs

MP Bernadette Jordan announces $2.6 million for Halifax-based company that turns landfill waste into clean-burning fuel

July 26, 2017 – Halifax, Nova Scotia – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Canadians will benefit from well-paying jobs and business opportunities created by a Halifax-based company that turns landfill waste into clean-burning fuel, thanks to a $2.6-million investment by the Government of Canada.

Government of Canada invests in Ontario clean technology projects

PS Lametti announces $7.85 million for Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie and London companies

Ottawa - Innovation, Science and Economic Development

Canadians will benefit from new innovations in solar power, cloud computing and biofertilizers as a result of a $7.85-million investment by the Government of Canada in clean technologies that are being developed by companies in Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie and London.

Government of Canada invests $43 million in clean technology innovation

March 13, 2017 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Technology and the innovation it helps promote are key to the future of Canada’s economy. This is why the Government of Canada is committed to supporting technologies that will advance our environmental objectives, create jobs and stimulate growth in the clean tech sector.

SDTC and Nova Scotia Organizations Announce Collaboration to Support Smart Grid Technologies

February 22, 2017 – Ottawa, Ontario – Today, Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), announced a collaboration with the Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Innovacorp, a Nova Scotia crown corporation, on a pilot program to support the development and demonstration of smart grid technologies in Nova Scotia.

Innovacorp has teamed up with the Nova Scotia Department of Energy to help Nova Scotia researchers and early stage companies move their smart energy innovations closer to commercialization.

Government of Canada announces $18.2 million for automotive innovation

Funding supports Windsor-based maker of lightweight auto parts and Ottawa-based battery maker

February 16, 2017 – Toronto, ON – Two Canadian companies – one in Lakeshore near Windsor, the other in Ottawa – have developed innovations that have the potential to make cars lighter, more fuel efficient and, in the case of electric cars, better performing due to a longer battery life.

Canada well represented on Global Cleantech Top 100 and 100 Ones to Watch Lists

January 25, 2017 – Ottawa, Ontario – On January 23rd, 2017, the Cleantech Group released their well-respected Global Cleantech 100 and 100 Ones to Watch lists. The lists, that single out the private cleantech companies that are the most likely to make the most significant market impact over the next five to ten years, had an impressive showing by Canadian companies. With nearly 10,000 companies considered and 77 countries represented, Canada took 11 of 100 honours (11%) of the Global Cleantech 100, and 5 of 100 honours (5%) on the 100 Ones to Watch list.

Canada’s global competitiveness threatened by lack of adequate financing of cleantech innovations

New study identifies gaps in financing chain for Canada’s cleantech sector 

Ottawa, Ontario – December 6, 2016 – Cycle Capital Management, and Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), in collaboration with Écotech Québec, released today a study on the financing chain of Canadian cleantech sector. The study was directed by Gilles Duruflé, a renowned consultant in the venture capital sector, in collaboration with Louis Carbonneau, Founder and CEO of Tangible IP and recognized expert in intellectual property.