recent OCEANTECH news
Invest Nova Scotia, the provincial economic development agency, is looking for bluetech companies to participate in the Canadian delegation to the globally noted Oceanology International conference in London, U.K., in March.
Companies can apply to
Transport Canada is looking to spend $22.5 million to fund research and development work on low-emission marine propulsion systems over the next five years.
The Clean Vessel Demonstration Stream of the federal agency’s Green Shipping Corridor
Startup Genome, the Silicon Valley group that ranks innovation ecosystems, has released its combined report on cleantech and bluetech ecosystems, building on last year’s bluetech list, with Atlantic Canada improving its showing from 10th to eighth