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Federal Liberals boost funding for Clean Tech initiatives in the energy sector

Federal Liberals boost funding for Clean Tech initiatives in the energy sector

Canada's Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr announced $21 million in funding for "Clean Tech" projects related to lowering GHG emissions from the oil sands.

The projects are being funded through Natural Resource Canada’s Oil and Gas Clean Tech Program (aka the Energy Innovation Program), which has received $50 million over the past two years.

Approved projects include:

Carr says Alberta's oil sands producers are "constantly evolving and innovating ... adopting clean technologies creates jobs and will help Canada increase its global competitiveness for years to come."

The federal government is no longer accepting applications for funding under the program.

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