|Date Ended:||March 2008|
|Policy Type:||Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D), Information and Education|
|Agency:||Sustainable Development Technology Canada|
|Legal References:||2003 Federal Budget|
|Funding:||CAD 115 million over 5 years|
The Technology and Innovation Initiative (funded at $250 million in Budget 2003 ) contributes to the development, demonstration and early adoption of new, cleaner technologies and economic opportunities. The Initiative focuses on five areas critical to achieving climate change goals: hydrogen economy, cleaner fossil fuels, advanced end-use efficiency technology, decentralized energy and biofuels. The Advanced End-Use Efficiency Technology part (funded at $40 million) promotes the development and demonstration of energy-efficient technology that can be used in the industrial, commercial, community and transportation sectors. Examples include advanced industrial process technology, intelligent buildings and community systems management, low-energy lighting systems, low-emissions vehicles and more efficient transportation systems.
|This record is superseded by:||ecoENERGY Technology Initiative|
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