There are two mandatory reporting documents that SDTC submits to the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development annually. SDTC’s Corporate Plan is required to be submitted annually, along with an Executive Summary. This document includes a statement of objectives for the coming fiscal year. The annual report contains a summary of the organization’s activities during the preceding fiscal year.
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Cycle Capital Management, and Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), in collaboration with Écotech Québec, released a study on the financing chain of Canadian cleantech sector.
Titled, Forging a Cleaner and More Innovative Economy in Canada, the study examined the current challenges of the financing chain to foster innovation in Canada’s cleantech sector. In an in-depth analysis of the sector’s access to domestic venture capital, venture debt and grants, the study points to a number of areas for urgent improvement where Canada lags other global leaders.
SDTC is partnering with up to eight Canadian incubators and accelerators across the country to launch a pilot project that finds promising early-stage cleantech companies to support with seed funding. The pilot will provide up to 30 grants of $50,000 to $100,000 each over one year.
The nine companies receiving investment demonstrate the remarkable breadth of technology innovation taking place across Canada today:
Transition energetique Quebec (TEQ), through the Technoclimat program, and SDTC have partnered to support and strengthen companies developing innovative clean-energy projects and technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).
A new, streamlined application framework allows cleantech projects to maximize their sources of funding to take advantage of the expertise of both organizations and to explore opportunities for other partnerships and collaborations.
The ICE Fund is a Special Account, funded through a levy on certain energy sales, designed to support the Province’s energy, economic, environmental and greenhouse gas reduction priorities, and to advance B.C.’s clean energy sector.
Alberta Innovates is a provincially funded corporation with a mandate to deliver 21st-century solutions for the most compelling challenges facing Albertans. We do this by building on our province’s research and technology development strengths in the core sectors of health, environment, energy, food and fibre, and platforms such as artificial intelligence, nanotechnology and omics.
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) evolved from Alberta’s Climate Change and Emissions Management (CCEMC) Corporation. ERA works collaboratively with Government, industry and the innovation community to secure a lower-carbon future for Alberta.
Ontario’s TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program
Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) drives the development of Ontario’s economy by helping create new jobs, products, services, technologies and businesses.
Clean Growth Hub
Through Budget 2017 the Government of Canada created the Clean Growth Hub, an interdepartmental team co-chaired by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) with a mandate to help clean technology producers and users navigate the Government of Canada’s clean technology programs. SDTC is providing in-kind staff support to the Hub.
Export Development Canada and the Business Development Bank of Canada
Export Development Canada (EDC), Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) and SDTC are collaborating to create seamless, interagency handovers to support the commercial preparedness and growth of companies.
Export Development Canada provides Canadian exporters with the trade financing, export credit insurance and bonding services, as well as foreign market expertise.
BDC is Canada’s business development bank and the only financial institution dedicated exclusively to entrepreneurs. Its mission is to help create and develop strong Canadian businesses through financing, advisory services and indirect financing, with a focus on small and medium-sized enterprises.