Breakthrough Energy Solutions Canada Finalists
The Breakthrough Energy Solutions Canada Forum 2020 was held on January 14, 2020, where the 22 finalists from across Canada pitched their clean energy technology ideas and solutions to significantly reduce GHG emissions.
We are excited to highlight the top 10 selected to receive funding.
ADC Technologies Inc.
Using a data center's waste heat for Direct Air Capture
Agora Energy Technologies
CO2 to Power: Development of a CO2 redox flow battery
PowerCone® Skyway8 Wind Farm Pilot
Carbon Upcycling Technologies Inc.
Commercial Reclamation and Upcycling of Coal Ash
CarbonCure Technologies Inc.
CO2 Utilization in Concrete: A New Circular Economy Model
CERT Systems Inc.
Chemical manufacturing through electrochemical carbon dioxide utilization
Click Materials Corp.
Developing disruptively low-cost smart windows for massive adoption across many industries
Adapting nanostructured anti-reflection technology to solar industry relevant material system and dimensions
Ekona Power Inc.
Development and Testing of a Tri-Generation Pyrolysis (TGP) System for Low-cost, Clean Hydrogen Production
Ensyn Technologies Inc.
Cellulosic Fuel Demonstration Unit
Energy-efficient graphene-based membrane cooling systems
Commercialization of Lowest-Cost, Long Duration Energy Storage Systems
Fortran Traffic Systems Limited
Development and Demonstration of an AI-Powered Transportation Management System
Ultra-Fast Charging of Lithium-Ion Cells for the Mass Global Adoption of Electric Vehicles
eLeapPower (previously Havelaar Canada)
eLeapPower R&D Collaboration with Purolator, Bell Canada & Cornerstone Hydro-Electric Concepts
Development of a large-scale commercial-ready advanced-CAES project for long duration energy storage
Intelligent City Inc.
Platforms for Life
Demonstration project for Wave Energy Convertion for fresh water supply
Opus One Solutions Energy Corporation
Local energy Infrastructure providing Optimized Networks
Peak Power Inc.
Vehicle to grid and Advancement of Transactive Energy
Smarter Alloys Inc.
Extract Energy Heat Engine
Thermalfrost Intl. Inc.
District Cooling with Thermal Energy Storage
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