As a member of the Cleantech Commons community, you will be aware of our partnership with GreenCentre Canada.
This is designed to help accelerate the development of innovative green and sustainable solutions that address energy, environmental, and climate challenges. Click here to read more!
Our partnership is about Cleantech Commons and GreenCentre Canada working together to identify opportunities to jointly support the development, testing, piloting, and scaling of innovative clean technology products, processes, and solutions that directly address some of today’s most complex and pressing environmental and societal challenges.
We are happy to announce that GreenCentre Canada is now accepting applications for the Mobilize Program, which offers specialized chemical technology development support for Eastern Ontario companies.
The application portal is now open and is welcoming applicants from cleantech start-ups and SMEs from across southern Ontario. Successful applicants will receive a subsidized project providing access to:
The GreenCentre’s “Mobilize” Program provides unique, high-value services to start-ups in the sustainable chemistry and advanced materials sectors, driving their early-stage innovations to market faster so their businesses can raise the investment they need to scale and grow.
Advance-ON is available to cleantech SMEs and startups, located in southern Ontario, actively developing sustainable chemistry and materials-related products or processes.
About GreenCentre Canada
Located in Kingston, Ontario, GreenCentre Canada supports the growth of chemical and materials companies by transforming their innovations into valued products, processes, and services.
GreenCentre Canada’s mission is to accelerate promising chemistry solutions that advance both the economy and the environment through two state-of-the-art lab facilities and a team that includes highly experienced chemists, commercial experts, and business professionals who work closely with a network of entrepreneurs, industry leaders, investors, and researchers.