Feds make almost $13M investment in Quebec cleantech
30 projects have received funds
MONTREAL — The federal government, through regional development agency Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (CED), has announced a $12,545,298 investment in 30 projects relating to the adoption and development of clean technologies in Quebec.
Mélanie Joly, minister of Economic Development and Official Languages and minister responsible for CED, made a statement about the funding: “Apart from the difficulties we are currently facing, the climate crisis remains one of the most important challenges of our time. It is therefore essential to encourage local businesses to develop more environmentally friendly processes and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, while improving their competitiveness. That is why we are taking strong action to fight climate change by supporting innovative projects that are essential to the well-being of future generations.”
Project details can be found here.