Category: Archived Stories

  • Register Now for SPARK 2017 Early Bird Rate

    Registration is open for SPARK 2017, November 6-8, 2017 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton. Co-hosted by ERA and Alberta Innovates, SPARK 2017 brings innovators and industry leaders together with a network that includes buyers, investors and policy makers. The event includes sessions on new technologies, and plenary and panel discussions that explore solutions […]

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  • Register Now for SPARK 2017

    November 6–8, 2017, Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton Registration is open for SPARK 2017, a conference that will inspire, motivate and support innovators and technology developers by connecting them with others working to advance innovative technology. The conference, hosted by Emissions Reduction Alberta and Alberta Innovates, will provide opportunities for knowledge extension, with a “complete solutions” […]

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  • $50 Million Oil Sands Innovation Challenge Open for Submissions

    Webinar Now Available Online The ERA Oil Sands Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for innovators who are seeking funding to advance technologies that reduce GHG emissions and increase the global competitiveness of Alberta’s oil sands industry. Proposals are invited for technology solutions related to in situ or mined oil sands operations, including both new developments […]

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  • SPARK 2017 Call for Abstracts

    We invite you to submit an abstract for paper or digital poster, and/or oral presentations at the SPARK 2017 Conference. Find out more by downloading the PDF.

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  • CCEMC funds partial upgrading demonstration project that could reduce the carbon footprint for oil sands products

    CCEMC’s Elizabeth Shirt (left) attended the Field Upgrading First Oil event in Fort Saskatchewan on June 15 with Alberta Innovates Acting CEO Dr. John Zhou, Field Upgrading Chairman Guy Turcotte, MLA Jessica Littlewood, and Field Upgrading President and CEO Neil Camarta. CCEMC committed more than $8.9 million to the facility. Read the project profile.

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  • Join CCEMC at PROPEL 2016

    CCEMC is attending the 2016 PROPEL Energy Tech Forum in Calgary, March 16 and 17. The PROPEL Energy Technology Venture Forum brings together innovative emerging and established energy technology companies. CCEMC subscribers who attend PROPEL 2016 are eligible to receive a discounted rate – to receive 40% off the general delegate price please head to […]

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  • $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 […]

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  • CCEMC earmarks $10 million to build a $20 million facility to produce renewable transportation fuel

    Edmonton-based SBI BioEnergy has developed a technology that reduces greenhouse gas emissions by creating a renewable fuel that is virtually indistinguishable from diesel. Using revenue from the price Alberta’s large emitters pay for releasing greenhouse gases, the Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) has earmarked a $10 million contribution for SBI to build a […]

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  • Cleantech Directions 2016 Report provides insight for technology developers

    Cleantech Canada has released 2016 Cleantech Directions, a research and roundtable report on clean technology growth trends in Canada. The most significant change from the 2015 report is the optimism that was shared during the round table discussion which took place in November. The promise added investment and enthusiasm associated with the COP21 conference energized […]

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  • Watch Live: CCEMC presents $35 million international Grand Challenge at American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition

    NEW ORLEANS –The Climate Change and Emissions Management (CCEMC) Corporation is presenting details of its $35 million international Grand Challenge at the 245th American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition in New Orleans. The presentation, by CCEMC Managing Director Kirk Andries and NineSigma Program Manager Eloise Young, is scheduled for 1 p.m. MST today, April […]

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