Round 13 underway

Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) is now accepting statements of interest from applicants looking for a piece of its more than $500 million SD Tech Fund.
SDTC’s thirteenth round of funding is open to those seeking financial support for late-stage development and pre-commercial clean technologies in the areas of clean water, clean soil, clean air, and a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Technologies designed to deal with more than one of these environmental issues will be shown preference. “We believe Canada can be a leader in the growing clean technology market and we are strongly encouraging anyone with innovative technological solutions to apply to SDTC so they can move their ideas forward,” says Vicky J. Sharpe, president and CEO of SDTC. “SDTC’s work goes beyond funding. We help technology developers strengthen their entrepreneurial skills and establish connections with financers and other companies so they can pursue success in the marketplace after their projects are completed.” A not-for-profit corporation established by the Government of Canada, SDTC has to date allocated $300 million to 133 clean technology projects. The closing date for submissions is April 23, 2008.

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