The BC Cleantech sector is one of the fastest growing segments of British Columbia’s economy, contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable world. Research and Development (R&D) continues to spark greener innovation within Richmond’s very own Cleantech sector. The inaugural BC Cleantech Awards will feature BC organizations at the Globe 2020 Conference to celebrate the amazing innovations coming from this sector. Nominations are open until January 22, 2020 and can be submitted here.
The following three Richmond businesses are striving to improve existing services leading to the development of new or advanced products and technologies. To learn more about what’s happening in this sector locally, visit Richmond’s Green Sector Profile.
Corvus Energy receives funding from the Government of Canada for R&D of energy storage and digitalization in marine vessels
Novel battery designs and digital transformation will enhance Corvus Energy’s leadership in energy storage systems (ESS).
Corvus Energy • December 11
Saltworks has started commissioning what they believe to be the first-of-its-kind plant.
Saltworks • Dec 17
Funding will be used to develop and commercialize smart container sensor technology that reduces carbon emissions created by inefficient waste and recycling collection systems.
RecycleSmart • Jan 15