Fusion Energy: Paving the way for commercialization
BC innovator powers emissions-free electricity applying the same process that powers the sun.
General Fusion gets $43M for fusion energy demo plant
BC clean tech innovator powering fusion-based emission-free electricity.
Act now or forever play global catch up on clean technology: report
Smart Prosperity Institute says clean technology will be a $2.2-trillion industry worldwide by 2022.
Manufacturer receives $188K to develop wood-based bonding agents
Sustainable bonding-agents replace petroleum-based products.
Opportunity knocks for Canadian-made climate-friendly goods
Canada leads in cleantech academic research, but has struggled with turning that research into market-ready technologies.
On the ropes: cleantech needs a boost
Despite a commitment to accelerate growth, Canada’s cleantech sector is awash in red ink.
Shell signs biofuels agreement with SBI BioEnergy Inc.
Agreement grants Shell exclusive development and licensing rights for SBI’s renewable drop-in biofuels.
BIOREM partners with Tus-Material to market its ultrafiltration membranes
Market to grow as the quality and quantity of clean water diminishes worldwide.
Pond Technologies is closing the carbon cycle
The cleantech company is helping heavy industrial emitters convert CO2 into revenue.
Ottawa launches $950 million supercluster initiative to jumpstart job creation, innovation
Consortium-led approach to innovation brings together small and large companies, academia and not-for-profit organizations.
Hydrogenics gets $1.6M to build two GTA hydrogen fuelling stations
Hydrogen Beachhead project to help establish a Canadian market for fuel-cell vehicles.
Federal government invests $43M in clean technology innovation
Includes $23 million for two BC-based clean energy projects.
BDC creates $135M venture fund for clean tech startups
ICE Venture Fund II is a follow-on to the original fund, which invested in 18 firms.
Alberta NDP appoints task force to advise on cleantech investments
Chaired by former Suncor Energy executive Gordon Lambert, who has served on Alberta’s Climate Change Advisory Panel.
Energy efficiency makes good business sense
The message is clear: Ontario will be greener and industry will be participating…