The Clean Technology program invests in projects to adapt, develop and deploy innovative clean technologies to benefit Albertans and contribute to the growth of the province’s low-carbon economy. In each of our priority focus areas, we look for projects and activities that can reduce environmental impacts, support Alberta’s energy transition, generate jobs in a clean tech economy, and engage industry, researchers and communities to participate in their future energy systems.
We are excited about the emerging technology pathways that can support cross-sectoral industries to reduce or mitigate carbon emissions, decarbonize fuel systems or create novel materials required in new clean technologies. Our carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) focus can help Alberta to demonstrate its leadership in supporting many industries to decarbonize, including supporting the growing hydrogen economy in Alberta. From lithium to vanadium, novel metals, minerals and materials extraction and utilization leverages Alberta’s existing natural resource skills and infrastructure to build new clean tech supply chains in Alberta.
We pursue emerging clean technology innovations in carbon capture, utilization, and hydrogen generation. (See focus areas below.)
Our objectives are connected with the Alberta Research and Innovation Framework 2030 targets, which include:
- A 50 percent reduction in greenhouse gas intensity;
- A 30 percent increase of electricity being supplied by renewable energies by 2030; and
- A 25 percent increase Alberta’s clean tech sector.
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