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Ontario’s Solutions 2030 Challenge

The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) has partnered with the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) in the This link will take you to another Web site TargetGHG Collaborative R&D Program. This joint initiative aims to enable technology development between postsecondary institutions and industry partners in support of Ontario’s 2020-2030 greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets and the Government of Canada’s commitment to developing innovative clean technologies that promote environmental sustainability. This initiative is an essential component of a broader OCE This link will take you to another Web site TargetGHG Program in partnership with NSERC and Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC).

As a complementary component of the TargetGHG Program, OCE has launched This link will take you to another Web site Ontario’s Solutions 2030 Challenge, a global call for innovators to bring transformative and cross-sectoral technologies to market, effectively helping Ontario industry meet 2030 GHG emissions reduction targets and contributing to tackling climate change in Ontario and globally. Ontario’s Solutions 2030 Challenge is a three-phase competition over three years, with up to $7 million in funding for participating teams. OCE will provide 50% of the total project cost. Matching cash contributions may be provided by various sources, including government programs. Applications for Phase 1 must be submitted by September 22, 2017.

For additional information, consult the This link will take you to another Web site Ontario's Solutions 2030 Challenge website.

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