Cleantech and affordable housing go hand in hand

Cleantech and affordable housing go hand in hand

The 2023 Fall Economic Statement (FES) released on Tuesday contains some good news for Canada’s clean technology sector. Ultimately, however, it falls short of what is needed. The FES recognizes the growing demand for affordable housing and the need for a response to...

Canada Cleantech’s reaction to SDTC funding halt

In light of the recent article in the Globe & Mail on the SDTC funding halt for all new projects until corrective measures are taken by its board, Canada Cleantech Alliance would like to highlight the need to implement the corrective measures swiftly so that...

What’s next? Help us define our advocacy priorities.

As we are preparing next steps to advocate for the cleantech sector, including our feedback on the draft legislation for the Clean Technology Investment Tax Credit, we would like to hear from you. For which tax credits do you qualify – if any? What’s...
Budget 2023: A leap toward clean growth but still work to be done

Budget 2023: A leap toward clean growth but still work to be done

Vancouver/Calgary/Montreal/Toronto, March 28, 2023. Canada Cleantech Alliance applauds the direction the federal government is taking with the 2023 Budget. With many initiatives that will help Canada build a competitive clean economy, it is a huge step forward, but...

Budget 2023: Key policy recommendations

For the 2023 Budget, Canada Cleantech Alliance proposes the following:  1. An expansion of the 30% Investment Tax Credit (ITC)2. A Manufacturing Investment Tax Credit (MITC) modelled on the U.S. 45X MPTC and 48C ITC An open letter to Minister Freeland providing...

Make sure your technology is eligible!

The Fall Economic Statement proposed a new investment tax credit for clean technologies. The tax credit will significantly reduce capital costs and facilitate investments in cleantech. Take advantage of this mechanism that has the potential to massively spur cleantech...
Advocacy Success

Advocacy Success

Over the last months, we’ve been advocating for a specific set of tools – our 3 key policy recommendations – to support the cleantech sector: a 30% refundable investment tax credit, the inclusion of crown corporations in the Greening Government Strategy, and...
How to tackle climate change while rebuilding our economy?

How to tackle climate change while rebuilding our economy?

The Liberal Government has moved the climate agenda forward by leveraging Canada’s cleantech sector – what are the key policies the Liberals are currently envisioning to propel the sector forward? What’s missing or needs work? What can the sector do to help move...
Canada Cleantech Week on the Hill 

Canada Cleantech Week on the Hill 

This past April close to 500 cleantech leaders from across Canada, as well as two federal Ministers, two Parliamentary Secretaries, two opposition leaders and an opposition Shadow Minister, participated in our first Canada Cleantech Week on the Hill. The week-long...
Feedback on Canada’s Hydrogen Strategy

Feedback on Canada’s Hydrogen Strategy

In collaboration with the Hydrogen Business Council, Canada Cleantech Alliance has submitted feedback on Canada’s Draft Hydrogen Strategy. Take a look at the submission.