Who got Funding in December (Cleantech)
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Every month, Fundingportal tracks which companies and organizations in the cleantech sector secured government incentives and provides you with insights on how to find and secure funding for your business.
This Month’s Featured Grants
- Clean Energy Fuels Corp. and Union Energy Solutions Limited Partnership each received $1M in funding from the Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Deployment Initiative to open three compressed natural gas stations in Ontario (Source).
- D-Wave Systems in Burnaby received $2M from the Innovative Clean Energy (ICE Fund and $10M from the SD Tech Fund to develop a next-generation quantum computer that is more powerful than current models, but will not increase energy demands (Source).
- KSM Inc. in Thetford Mines, QC received $1M from the SD Tech Fund to build and operate a demonstration plant (Source). The company has developed a new technology that uses mining residue to produce fertilizer more efficiently.
Are these funds right for your business?
- The Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Deployment Initiative no longer accepting applications. Natural Resources Canada, however, is currently accepting applications under its Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities: BioHeat, Demonstration & Deployment Program.
- The Innovative Clean Energy (ICE) Fund is designed to support the Province of British Columbia’s energy, economic, environmental and greenhouse gas reduction priorities, and to advance B.C.’s clean energy sector.
- The SD Tech Fund provides grants to pre-commercial projects that have the potential to demonstrate significant and quantifiable environmental and economic benefits in one or more of the following areas: climate change, clean air, clean water and clean soil.
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