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Ontario is challenging local and international companies to develop the next generation of transformative clean technologies to help fight climate change.
University of Toronto researchers are set to receive nearly $1 million from the Ontario government as they compete in the semi-final round of a $20 million global contest that looks for ways to turn harmful greenhouse gases into useful products like fuels and fertilizers.
Today at POND Technologies Inc. in Markham, Reza Moridi, Ontario’s Minister of Research, Innovation and Science, announced the government’s support for three Ontario-based teams among the 25 international semi-finalists in the $20-million global NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE competition.
As wind and solar become the fastest growing sources of energy in Canada, one of the biggest challenges for power producers is how to stabilize electricity from these intermittent sources of clean power.
It’s no longer fervent environmentalism driving the transition to clean energy — it’s economics