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Canada spends on cleantech

by Alexander H. Tullo
March 20, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 12

The Canadian federal government and the Province of British Columbia are each contributing up to $15 million to fund clean energy projects at the commercialization stage. Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) will begin evaluating applications in April. SDTC separately announced two grants. One, worth $7.5 million, is going to Automotive Fuel Cell Corp., a joint venture between Ford Motor and Daimler that is developing fuel-cell modules to compete with internal combustion engines. Cantor Pulp Products received a grant of $10 million to convert papermaking waste into biocrude.

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