Cleantech Export Week 2022
 

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EDC is pleased to invite you to our sixth annual Cleantech Export Week. This free event celebrates 10 years of supporting cleantech businesses and features leading industry experts, economic insights and  inspiring stories of innovation.

Date and time: October 26, 2022 - 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. ET



Chris Turner

Keynote address: Chris Turner

Chris Turner is an award-winning author and one of Canada's leading voices on climate change solutions and global energy transition. His articles on energy, climate and technology have appeared in The New Yorker, The Guardian, The Globe and Mail, Maclean's and other notable publications. 



 

Cleantech insights and resources

From success stories to insightful EDC economic reports, discover how you can take your cleantech business to the next level internationally with our knowledge and expertise. 



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Celebrating Canada’s cleantech innovation and rising stars

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Celebrating Canada’s cleantech innovation and rising stars

Recognized for their cutting-edge technologies and environmental solutions, five companies were awarded top honours—three Export Stars and two Ones to Watch in 2022 during EDC’s sixth annual Cleantech Export Week.

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The global impact of Cleantech exporters

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CarbiCrete: Winner of EDC Pitch Competition 2022

CarbiCrete’s patented technology enables the manufacturing of cement-free, carbon-negative concrete. 

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How EDC helps Canadian cleantech companies go global

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How EDC helps Canadian cleantech companies go global

Accelerate your international expansion with solutions from one of Canada’s largest providers of financial solutions for cleantech companies. Our specialised cleantech team is here to guide you. 

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Interested in exploring Canada's cleantech sector?

EDC senior analyst Michael Borish takes a thorough look at Canada's environmental and cleantech sector, highlighting sustainable industries and offering insights into key areas of growth—and challenges—for Canadian exporters. 

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Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity

EDC's Inclusive Trade strategy aims to deepen our impact on inclusion, diversity and equity through supporting Canadian exporting businesses owned or led by the following groups:

  • Women
  • 2SLGBTQ+
  • Indigenous
  • Black
  • Other racialized communities
  • Persons with disabilities

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Responding to the following question is completely voluntary and will not impact admissibility to EDC existing programs, products and services. The information you submit will be used and processed by EDC according to its Privacy Notice and Business Diversity Notice in support of EDC’s Inclusive Trade strategy.

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