“The CCEMC is interested in finding the best ideas from around the world to help Alberta stimulate the development of transformative technologies that can reduce greenhouse gas emissions,” said CCEMC Chair Eric Newell.
All projects must be applicable for the province of Alberta. Projects may include laboratory or bench scale proof-of-concept demonstrations, prototype development and testing, small scale or field scale pilot demonstration and deployment projects.
Technology development and small demonstration projects can occur anywhere, as long as the development is suitable for Alberta. Applicants will need to demonstrate the suitability of the technology and describe how it will be transferred to Alberta during or after the project. Large demonstration and deployment projects must take place in Alberta to be considered.
The CCEMC will contribute a maximum of €16.4 million ($25 m) per project, and will support up to half of the project’s eligible expenses. The maximum project term for this call for proposals is three years.
Successful projects will have the potential to result in significant, verifiable and sustainable reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
Submissions are accepted online and guidelines are available on ccemc.ca.