$40 million CCEMC-SDTC joint funding call accepting submissions now

The Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) and Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) are offering up to $40 million to Canadian innovators producing energy efficiency and conservation, new and better uses of carbon dioxide, methane reduction, or cleaner energy production and usage projects.

The joint process offers applicants a streamlined, harmonized model with one window for access to two pools of money. Collectively, there is $40 million available, with a maximum of $10 million per project. The matching funds available here (up to 66.7%) are more than applicants could get through either the SDTC or CCEMC processes individually.

Deadline for submissions is Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 8:00 PM EDT
To review GUIDELINES and APPLY visit www.CCEMC-SDTC.ca

Eligible Projects:

  • Advancing pre-commercial technology for GHG reduction with a current Technology Readiness Level from 4-7, and includes prototype development, field pilots, and commercial demonstration projects.
  • Led by applicants incorporated and operating in Canada with fewer than 500 employees and less than $50 million in annual gross revenue.
  • Have a maximum project length of four years.
  • Can demonstrate anywhere in Canada but technology must be applicable and well suited for deployment in Alberta.
  • Meet a consortium requirement of applicant and at least one contractual non-related partner in the project. A consortium partner must provide cash and/or in-kind contributions.

Media Contact:
Celia Sollows
Email: csollows@eralberta.ca
Phone: 780-239-4150