Canada’s green future
The global economy is moving toward a greener future and Canada is working to keep pace. Natural Resources Canada wants to increase the creation and adoption of clean technologies in key sectors of the Canadian economy: energy, mining and forestry.
You are probably already using clean technology in your day-to-day life. For example, programmable thermostats that maximize efficiency and off-peak energy usage are saving Canadians money on their heating bills, while helping to prevent carbon emissions. Similarly, Canadian industries will benefit from adopting more clean tech.
Clean Fuels Fund
Find out how Natural Resources Canada is using clean power and clean fuels to meet its goal of net-zero emissions by 2050.
Canada’s Hydrogen Strategy
A plan to power Canada’s low-carbon energy future while positioning Canada to become a world-leader in hydrogen technologies.
Clean growth program
Looking for funding for your company's clean tech idea? Start here.
Do you want to be an intern or hire an intern to work in science, technology, engineering and math? Find out how to apply now.
Clean energy and electricity infrastructure
Find out how NRCan is working with industry and provinces to support new, clean electricity generation and transmission.
Canada is proud to be a partner in this ambitious global initiative.
Breakthrough energy solutions Canada
In partnership with Breakthrough Energy, this call for proposals will leverage financing and expertise to support the advancement of Canadian clean energy technologies that can significantly reduce GHG emissions.
Find out what we heard during Generation Energy and how we're taking action towards Canada’s low-carbon energy future.
Carbon capture, utilisation and storage strategy
NRCan is leading the development of a federal strategy that will enable the Canadian CCUS industry to realize its GHG reduction and commercial potential
Forest bioeconomy, bioenergy and bioproducts
Discover how Canada’s forests, which are an abundant source of biomass, can be converted into a wide variety of products.
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