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Canadian Cleantech in the Media (07/06/2018)

June 7, 2018

 3 Canadian in the LH-Accelerator program; Nanaimo Aboriginal Centre unveils Passive Housing Certified project; New carbon conversion technology centres in Alberta and in QuébecNew automated garbage technology in St. John’s; Cellula Robotics develops fuel cells for autonomous underwater vehicles; Xebec Adsorption formed a strategic partnership with Furui HP, a chinese company; Corvus Energy secures a new contract in Norway; CarbonCure and the US-based Roberts Oxygen team up; Enlighten innovations allows its client to meet the new global marine fuel sulphur regulations; Next-generation smart grid project in Québec; Choice North Farm reduces food production cost in the North; 4 cleantech with the potential to transform industries: D-Wave Systems develops energy-efficient computing systems; Ionomr Innovations treats water; MineSense Technologies cleans the mining process; MEG Energy Corp improves oil sands production. 

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