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United States climatetech - Canadian Technology Accelerator

Do you want to grow your climatetech business in the United States? There is a significant demand for climatetech solutions in the U.S. driven by both policy and market forces.

The Canadian Technology Accelerator for climatetech will help you find venture investors and customers in four of the largest climatetech markets in the U.S.:

Investors, partners, and customers are looking for high impact solutions to help combat climate change and meet the emerging needs of the market and consumers across the following categories:

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Important dates

Application deadlineProgram datesTime commitment
ClosedAugust 15 to November 30, 2023Between 1-2 hours each week, virtually

What are the benefits of joining?

The Climatetech CTA will give you:

Who should apply

We are seeking innovative Canadian climatetech companies who:

We use a broad definition of climatetech and we are interested in working with a wide range of technologies, in particular those that mitigate the impacts of climate change, drive efficiency or reduce a sector’s carbon impact.

While we encourage all companies in all climatetech subsectors to apply, companies with a focus on water and wastewater might be better suited for other TCS programing.

The Trade Commissioner Service supports equity and diversity in trade. We strongly encourage companies led by Canadians of all backgrounds and orientations to apply.

What you need to apply

How the program works

Upon acceptance, your business will participate in:

This program will begin in August 2023 and will take between 1-2 hours each week, virtually.

You will have access to customized support including:

The program will culminate with in-person sessions in San Francisco, New York, and Boston. This non-equity program is at no cost to Canadian companies beyond any individual travel costs they incur.

Founders should plan to spend a minimum of 10 days in the country. Anticipated dates of in-person program will be end of October / early November.

Contact us

Learn more about CTA Climatetech by contacting:

Emily Raab

Emily Raab
Trade Commissioner - San Francisco
Canadian Technology Accelerator for Climatetech

Andrew Maker

Andrew Maker
Trade Commissioner - Boston
Canadian Technology Accelerator for Climatetech

Stephen Davis

Stephen Davis
Trade Commissioner - Denver
Canadian Technology Accelerator for Climatetech

Robert Parker

Robert Parker
Trade Commissioner - New York
Canadian Technology Accelerator for Climatetech

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