Driving innovation for a sustainable energy future
Canadians leading the charge
As we move forward, technology and smart deployment of private capital will be a cornerstone of our strategy. We will work with innovators, consumers, and the research community to align products and services for the next generation of energy consumers.
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Napoleon: Leading-edge natural gas appliances
Using smart technology to save energy
Meet Dave from Napoleon — an Ontario manufacturer producing innovative, energy-efficient natural gas grills, fireplaces and HVAC equipment.
CleanO2: The world’s first carbon capture soap
Making natural gas emissions cleaner
Meet Jaeson and Michelle — Calgary-based experts creating a carbon capture units for natural gas appliances that convert emissions into soap and other cleaning products.
Kinitics Automation: Smart technologies for cleaner air
Eliminating methane emissions from natural gas production
Meet Dean — a Vancouver-based entrepreneur transforming the way emissions are managed at natural gas production sites with a zero-emission solution.
Westgen Technologies: Reliable off-grid power generation
Reducing the natural gas industry’s carbon footprint
Meet Connor and Ben — Calgary-based technology experts delivering solar-powered solutions to achieve greener natural gas production across North America.
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Natural gas is the lowest emitter of greenhouse gases and air pollution compared to any other fuel source, and, in some places, even electricity.
Investment in cleantech R&D
Since 2013, $1billion has been invested into Canada’s energy efficiency programs, saving customers money and reducing emissions.
Decreases GHG emissions
When used as an alternative transportation fuel, natural gas lowers GHG emissions by 25% compared to conventional fuels.
Creates energy from waste
Renewable natural gas is produced from organic waste from farms, forests, landfills, and water treatment plants. The gas is captured, cleaned, and injected into pipelines to be used in the same way as any other fuel.