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Two new provincial funding programs for cleantech, climate change, and environment that you should know about

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The Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment has rolled out two funding programs that can help finance projects relating to cleantech, climate change, and environment. Applicants can range from public bodies (e.g. governments) to private sector businesses, and everything in between.

Climate Change Challenge Fund (CCCF)
The CCCF is a competitive, application-based grant program designed to support projects that result in material greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions in Newfoundland and Labrador, to be implemented over the next three fiscal years. The target areas for investment under the CCCF are (1) energy efficiency and fuel switching in the commercial, industrial, and public sectors; (2) process changes in the industrial sector; (3) reducing GHG emissions in the forestry, agricultural and waste sectors, including carbon sinks and methane destruction; and (4) transportation retrofits (e.g., forklifts, marine vessels). Applicants can be individual businesses, not-for-profit organizations, municipalities, and other public bodies.

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Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP)
The ‘green infrastructure’ stream of the ten-year ICIP will support projects with the following outcomes: (1) climate change mitigation [through increased capacity to manage more renewable energy, increased access to clean energy transportation, increased energy efficiency of buildings, and/or increased generation of clean energy], (2) Adaptation, Resilience, Disaster Mitigation [through increased structural capacity and/or increased natural capacity to adapt to climate change impacts, natural disasters and/or extreme weather events], and (3) environmental quality [through increased capacity to treat and/or manage wastewater and stormwater, increased access to potable water, and/or increased capacity to reduce and/or remediate soil and/or air pollutants. Applicants can be individual businesses, not-for-profit organizations, municipalities, and other public bodies. ICIP’s contribution towards projects varies by program stream and the type of proponent.

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