Powering the Energy Transition
In Edmonton, Alberta, hydrogen is becoming a critical component of the energy mix
How one of the world’s largest decarbonised hydrogen plants is producing 8.2 tonnes of hydrogen every day using renewable energy
Establishing a transformative, clean hydrogen economy represents a once in a generation opportunity for investors in low-cost, emissions-free energy
With the world's most educated workforce, Canada is already well-placed to embark on its energy transition
Canada’s commitment to developing a low-carbon hydrogen economy is being backed by federal and provincial governments and a host of innovative, cross-sector partnerships
Hydrogen is the only fuel that can decarbonise the full economy, and Canada’s expertise and innovation is vital to making that transition happen
Canada is one of the world’s largest hydrogen producers and a top destination for hydrogen-related investment
As the world ramps up the transition from fossil fuels, Canada’s expertise and infrastructure can spearhead the production of clean hydrogen
Hydrogen fuel cell technology is driving forward a zero-emissions future and Canada is at the vanguard of this revolution.
Canada is well placed to develop a sustainable hydrogen economy as it forges a path to net zero.
Openness – Canada’s USP
Quebec is a thriving location for creative arts and visual effects. Montreal, Quebec’s largest city and the second biggest in Canada, is home to 35 animation and VFX companies.
Canada has become the destination of choice for foreign firms with global ambitions and highly educated workers in search of new opportunities.
A prize-winning world-leader in its field, CarbonCure has developed a process that delivers permanent carbon sequestration.
As transition to a lower-carbon future accelerates globally, Canadian ventures are attracting the attention of investors by leading innovation in clean tech.
A new rare earth elements mine provides Canada with the opportunity to become a cornerstone of North America’s critical minerals industry.
Canada’s expertise in carbon capture and storage has won it a leading role in the global energy transition.
Future of Food
One of the world’s largest exporters of agricultural commodities, and a global centre for innovation in agritech, Canada has the talent and resource-rich landscape to shape the future of agriculture.
With its unique blend of location, openness and innovation, Canada is ideally placed to create supply chains that are both efficient and resilient.
Canada looks set to play a vital role in the plant-based food revolution, helping to diversify the world’s protein supply for decades to come.
The Future of the Auto Sector
When a company such as GM (Canada) intends to move all its light duty vehicles to battery-only by 2035, it is recognition that the automotive industry is changing significantly and at rapid speed.
The future not only looks electric for the Canadian automotive industry, but also promises to be more connected, autonomous and shared.
Canada’s opportunities in technology
With the world’s longest coastline, Canada’s ocean technology sector is flourishing, thanks to forward-thinking solutions and initiatives such as Canada’s Ocean Supercluster.
Canada is a global leader in AI, thanks to exceptional talent, stellar research institutions and the decision to make it a strategic priority.
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