CharTech Solutions

Developed by CHAR Technologies, CharTech Solutions is a cost-effective, convenient, zero-waste targeted gas cleaning solution. CharTech Solutions filters hydrogen sulfide out of renewable natural gas, allowing users to drastically reduce teir maintenance costs. This project involves scaling-up CHAR’s pilot production system. The project will allow CHAR Technologies to produce 1-tonne per day of CharTech Solutions. This will also demonstrate that …

Enersion

Enersion has developed an adsorption based cooling technology that uses heat instead of electricity. This project aims to develop an adsorption based chiller that will range from 1 ton to more than 10 tons of cooling power. The units can be connected in-line to add cooling power. With the given range, the units can be used at manufacturing sites, data …

G4 Insights Inc.

G4 Insights Inc. is a Vancouver based company developing and commercializing a proprietary PyroCatalytic Hydrogenation (PCH) process to produce renewable natural gas. PCH is a low temperature thermochemical process that enables large-scale, economic production of renewable natural gas (RNG) from biomass. The RNG can be produced on a distributed basis in forestry regions and delivered to end-users through existing natural …

Hydrogenics

Hydrogenics’ technology converts surplus renewable electricity into hydrogen gas. This renewable hydrogen can then be injected, stored, and transported in North America’s existing and expansive natural gas pipeline systems. With existing high efficiency natural gas-fired generators, this stored renewable energy can then be brought back to the electricity grid as renewable power – where and when it is needed most. …

iGen Technologies Inc.

i2 Hybrid Smart Furnace (approved round 0 project) The i2 Hybrid Smart Furnace (HSF) has a unique patented system that uses natural gas to generate both heat and electricity for use in the home; a first of its kind. Built in Canada for the North American market, the self-powered i2 HSF will be ideal for retrofit and new construction standard …

NextGrid

NextGrid’s development of a multi-residential/small commercial combined heat and power (CHP) system, which uses turbine and combustion technologies, aims to achieve up to 50 per cent higher fuel efficiency than existing water heaters. NextGrid’s Round 0 project will test and confirm the performance of a micro-CHP system while subjected to a variety of thermal/ power loads and conditions. It will …