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- About CMC
Research is at the core of what we do. CMC is building a national network of research institutes to develop, demonstrate and assist in commercializing technologies and practices to reduce industrial greenhouse gas emissions. We work to create a highly collaborative environment to encourage bold thinking and world-class design and have committed $22 million in funding to 44 research projects that involve over 150 investigators.
Currently, there are no funding opportunities available through CMC. For your convenience, we post Calls for Proposals and other opportunities from organizations in Canada and around the world. Please check back often for updates.
Alberta and Ontario are teaming up with industry to develop research projects with strong commercialization and economic potential. The Alberta government, through Alberta Innovates – Technology Futures, will provide up to $2 million. Up to $2 million in matching funding will be provided by industry. Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovations will provide up to $2 million of funding to the Ontario Centres of Excellence to be matched by up to $2 million provided by industry.
This program will support projects that develop innovative products and/or services addressing industrial challenges in priority areas for Alberta and Ontario. Alberta’s and Ontario’s future prosperity and global competitiveness will be strengthened from advancing the following industry sectors:
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Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) is now inviting Expressions of Interest for projects in any of the CCEMC’s strategic priority areas. This invitation is intended for Energy Efficiency and Conservation, Carbon Capture and Storage, or Cleaner Energy Production and Utilization projects that have a strong potential to result in significant, verifiable and sustainable reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
The total funding available for projects supported through this call for proposals is up to $65 million CAD. The maximum CCEMC contribution to a single project will be $25 million CAD over the life of the project, and will support no more than one-half of the project’s eligible expenses.
The CCEMC’s strategic priority areas are aligned with Alberta’s 2008 Climate Change Strategy. To read full details click here.
SDTC’s SD Tech FundTM and SD Natural Gas FundTM provide co-funding support for selected Canadian pre-commercial demonstration projects to de-risk innovative clean technologies, carried out by a consortium of project partners who are well positioned to enable commercialization and replication of the technology after the project.
SDTC will be accepting Statement of Interest (SOI) applications between February 19, 2014 and April 16, 2014.
If you are ready to apply, the online application system can be accessed here:
SDTC Application System
For application advice please go to www.sdtc.ca/applications, or contact SDTC for support:
Technical support: Guy Roy at email@example.com or (613) 234-6313 ext. 245
Application support: Flora Livesey at firstname.lastname@example.org or (613) 234-6313 ext. 231
We want to support the most innovative technologies.
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