Canada's Clean Technology Voice
The global market for clean technology is now worth over $2.5 trillion per year. It will continue to grow.
Canada has the opportunity to be a true global leader. We can create good jobs for Canadians and achieve our climate goals.
The Canada Cleantech Alliance is here to help us seize that opportunity.
We were founded by Canada's elite clean technology networks to break down barriers to cleantech acceleration.
Our network of over 200+ companies, accelerators and associations coordinates national action, drives regional coordination and supports Canadian cleantech globally.
Canada Cleantech 2021 Policy Platform
Ratchet up the dial on cleantech, jobs and climate change!
In consultation with its pan-Canadian network of cleantech associations and accelerators, Canada Cleantech Alliance has identified three top recommendations its members and allies would like to see reflected in the campaign platforms of all Canadian parties. Clean technology plays a key role in the fight against climate change and will help build a prosperous, resilient economy all Canadians will benefit from. Take a look at Canada Cleantech's 2021 Policy Platform and its supporters.
Budget 2021 Review
What's in it for cleantech?
View our panel discussion from April 20 on the 2021 Budget featuring
Mike Moffatt, Senior Director of Policy and Innovation, Smart Prosperity Institute and Assistant Professor, Business, Economics and Public Policy, Ivey Business School, Western University
Jason Switzer, Executive Director, ACTia representing both ACTia and Foresight
Denis Leclerc, President & CEO, Écotech Québec
Peter McArthur, Chair, Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association (OCTIA)
Meaghan Seagrave, Executive Director, BioNB
Enhance your visibility in cleantech on a national level
We have been asked for it many times and we are glad to announce that CanadaCleantech Alliance is now accepting annual corporate sponsorships which give your company enhanced visibility with policy makers and among key players in Canada's cleantech ecosystem. Please email our Executive Director Maike Althaus for more information.
New Board Members
Heather Campbell, Executive Director, Cleantech at Alberta Innovates, Anne Toner Fung, CEO of Innovation Guelph and Stewart Elgie, Chair of the Smart Prosperity Institute have recently joined the Canada Cleantech Board. All three have extensive experience in the cleantech sector and the Alliance will greatly benefit from the diversity of perspectives and the expertise Heather, Anne and Stewart bring to the table. Welcome aboard!
How can Canada become a cleantech leader?
Canada has the potential to become a cleantech leader securing jobs and a prosperous, resilient economy for the next decades. CanadaCleantech Alliance has submitted a set of policy recommendations on how to leverage this potential to Minister Freeland.
Response to the Throne Speech
Take a look at CanadaCleantech Alliance's response to the Speech from the Throne on September 23, 2020 highlighting the need to support cleantech beyond carbon reduction technologies and providing policy recommendations that support the Canadian Government's political direction as laid out in the speech.
How to tackle climate change while rebuilding our economy?
The Liberal Government has moved the climate agenda forward by leveraging Canada’s cleantech sector – what are the key policies the Liberals are currently envisioning to propel the sector forward? What’s missing or needs work? What can the sector do to help move things forward? Join our panelists on October 18 from 11 am - 12:30 pm (EST) to learn more.
Feedback on Canada's Hydrogen Strategy
Help Canadians Invest in Cleantech with Flow Through Shares.
Flow through shares are a proven way for entrepreneurs and investors to accelerate innovation. Learn more about how Canada Cleantech and our partners are paving the way for a cleaner future at Cleantechfts.ca.
Policy Recommendations for a Resilient Recovery
CanadaCleantech Alliance connected with various stakeholders to collate and prioritize actionable recovery recommendations. The top 5 call for policy mechanisms that facilitate access to capital for cleantech innovators, de-risk investments in cleantech and implement government procurement of clean technologies. Find the whole list here.
Powered By Members & Allies
All initiatives depend on their stakeholders. We're no different. CanadaCleantech Alliance has a solid basis of board members from Alberta Innovates, Écotech Québec, Foresight/ACTia, Innovation Guelph, OCTIA and Smart Prosperity. It is embedded in a broad network of allies and has a considerable array of networks in government, civil society, industry and academia. Join us.
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