Two Ottawa firms will reap the rewards of the federal government’s latest round of spending aimed at promoting clean tech.
The warehouse requires its own wastewater treatment facility because of its distance from central Ottawa
Research from Carleton University might help make new buildings more energy efficient with the help of some fresh federal funding
Clean-tech firm reports revenues of $3.2 million for three-month period ending Feb. 28, 2018.
Canada's market share in the global clean-tech industry has fallen 12 per cent in the last decade, Ottawa-led study finds.
The clean-tech firm did end the year on a positive note with revenues of $7.6 million in the fourth quarter, an increase of five per cent year-over-year.
Thermal Energy’s FLU-ACE heat recovery systems are fuelling the growth. Revenues from that segment are up 132 per cent year-over-year in the first half of fiscal 2018.
GaN’s gallium nitride technology earns its clean-tech stripes thanks to its energy efficiency.
The federal government will give $700 million over the next five years to the Business Development Bank of Canada in a bid to grow Canada's clean technology industry.
The clean-tech firm says in a release that the hospital is expected to save $950 million annually with the implementation of its heat recovery systems, and reduce its carbon emissions by 1,738 tonnes…