The 2014 Canadian Clean Technology Industry Report by Analytica Advisors states that 35% of clean tech companies in Canada are located in Ontario – 10% more than in any other Canadian province.
86 of 246 SDTC-funded projects to date are funded in Canada’s largest province, which is also home to the Ontario Clean Technology Alliance – a collective of regional and municipal economic development organisations across Ontario – that is attending HANNOVER MESSE, the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology including energy and environmental innovations.
“With over $600m allocated over 246 technology projects across Canada, SDTC has successfully leveraged an additional $2.2bn in funding from project partners including global clean technology companies,” said Jim Mairs, Senior Business Development Consultant/Assistant Manager for the City of Guelph’s Economic Development, Finance & Enterprise Services, an Ontario Clean Technology Alliance member.
“Ontario has attracted more SDTC funding than any other province in Canada. Ontario’s clean technology sector also offers a world-leading, highly educated talent base, a low-risk business environment, and generous targeted tax credits to global clean energy, clean technology and environmental companies seeking growth.”
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