cleantech

Ottawa-based cleantech firm will be overseeing the removal of contaminated soils, concrete and water at a site in Montreal’s east end on behalf of client Linde Canada.
Software firm says partnership will give it the financial heft to create a platform that’s better at helping manufacturers produce high-quality concrete while doing less harm to the planet.
Embattled Ottawa cleantech firm said it intends to make a proposal to its creditors under the federal Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act after racking up an accumulated deficit of more than $90 million.
With provincial election looming, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce is also calling for “bold action" to remove barriers to interprovincial trade and make it easier to procure public-sector contracts.
Ottawa cleantech firm has landed $4.5 million in new funding as it gears up to launch a multimillion-dollar pilot project that will see Ottawa Hydro test-drive its latest technology.
Ottawa-born startup says money from the XPRIZE Carbon Removal Milestone Award will go toward the construction of full-scale demonstration facilities in Quebec, Nova Scotia and the United Kingdom. 
Planetary Technologies has raised nearly $8 million in seed funding as it vies for tens of millions of dollars in prize money in a green-technology competition backed by Elon Musk.
OBJ publisher Michael Curran talks with BluMetric CEO Scott McFabe about how his team plans to leverage the company's improved financial performance into new opportunities and growth potential.
Nova Scotia-based Sustane Technologies, which specializes in turning waste into recycled materials and high-value fuels, is looking to expand operations into McNab-Braeside in Renfrew County.