Quebec City clean tech company will commercialize a 300-tonne CO2 project.
A Conference Board of Canada report finds projects that receive funding from CCEMC pay more than emissions reduction dividends.
Alberta will benefit most, with a forecasted impact on the province’s GDP of $1.95 billion.
Projects support biofiltration, biocarbon and farmers implementing GHG offsets.
NRGreen Power and GE will be implementing a new technology that recovers energy from waste heat without additional emissions.
Small and medium-sized companies that are in the early stages of developing new clean technology for application in Alberta can now apply for funding support from $10 million that will be available from the Climate Change and Emissions Management (CCEMC) Corp.
EDMONTON: The Climate Change and Emissions Management Corp. (CCEMC ) has made $50 million available for the funding of renewable energy projects. The not-for-profit CCEMC, which gets its funding from industry that’s collected through the Alberta government, invests in discovery,…