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  • First-of-its-kind geothermal pilot project underway in Alberta

    Eavor Technologies Inc. has developed an innovative “made in Alberta” geothermal energy solution. In a demonstration project near Rocky Mountain House, the Eavor-Lite™ project uses existing Alberta oil and gas drilling technology and expertise to facilitate a revolutionary and unique energy system known as “Eavor-Loop™”. Building on years of research and development, the proprietary technology […]

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  • Top five lessons learned: Insights from the Maximizing Funding Potential Workshop

    There are innovations that change our lives forever. And, there are some that never get off the ground. Technology developers accept the risk that goes with this because they have a penchant for reward: to drive outcomes the world needs. On June 19, 2018  in Calgary, innovators working to turn ideas into products, and products […]

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  • Oil sands innovation cuts emissions, creates jobs

    Alberta’s oil sands facilities are gearing up to launch innovative projects that will reduce emissions, create new jobs and enhance competitiveness. L-R: Shannon Phillips, Alberta Minister of Environment and Parks and the Minister Responsible for the Climate Change Office, Enlighten Innovations’ Lisa Doig, MLA Jessica Littlewood and President and CEO of Enlighten Innovations Lorraine Mitchelmore […]

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  • Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) Seeking Methane Detection, Measurement and Monitoring Solutions

    OGCI Climate Investments is inviting companies with promising technologies or business models in the areas of methane detection, measurement and mitigation to submit ideas or funding proposals. OGCI is offering USD $20 million in select technologies and business ideas, and their venture partners are committed to piloting or deploying technologies that have reached appropriate maturity. Submissions are due May 15 at 11:59 […]

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  • NRCan Offers Funding for Renewable Energy

    Natural Resources Canada has launched a new program with $200 million in funding to expand commercially viable renewable energy sources. The program mitigates the risk of emerging renewable power projects through federal funding, allowing these projects to play a larger role in Canada’s electricity supply mix. The program supports renewable power technologies that are: • […]

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