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2012 Renewable Energy Call for Proposals

The CCEMC (now Emissions Reduction Alberta) is an Alberta based not-for-profit organization whose mandate is to expand climate change knowledge, develop new renewable technologies and explore practical implementation methods.

ERA's 2012 Call for Renewable Energy proposals was open to innovators from around the world. This call was intended to encourage and support discovery, development and implementation of renewable energy technologies.

Up to $40M has been made available to fund all projects under this Call for Proposals, with a maximum contribution of $10M for any individual project. The project may take place at any location, provided that the proposed technology is applicable in Alberta.

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