The CCEMC launched the CCEMC Grand Challenge: Innovative Carbon Uses on February 21, 2013. For more information on the Grand Challenge or to register your interest in participating see ccemcgrandchallenge.com.
In addition to the Grand Challenge, the CCEMC will also invite project submissions for funding twice in 2013 through our Request for Proposal process. The first will be issued before the end of April 2013 the second will be issued by the end of October.
Details, including the amount of funding available, will be available in the guidance document that is posted on the CCEMC website when the funding availability is announced.
The CCEMC is now inviting Expressions of Interest (EOI) intended for projects which have a strong potential to make significant, verifiable, and sustainable reductions in greenhouse gas emissions through the development and implementation of cleaner methods for production and processing of Alberta’s fossil fuel resources.
This Call for Proposals targets renewable energy projects that have a strong potential to reduce GHG emissions through the production of energy from renewable sources as compared to energy produced from fossil fuels. Renewable energy is defined as energy that is derived from sources that can be naturally replenished including but not limited to solar, wind, mini hydro, geothermal and energy produced from biomass.
Proposals must be submitted online through the Climate Change Information Management System at www.CCEMCadmin.ca
*CCEMC Grand Challenge applications must be submitted through www.ccemcgrandchallenge.com