Organization: Technology Partnership Canada

Hydrogen firms win early adopters contracts

Industry Canada is investing $7.1 million in three hydrogen and hydrogen-compatible technology demonstration projects through Technology Partnership Canada’s Hydrogen Early Adopters program. Hydrogenics Corp, Mississauga, will receive $4.2 million to demonstrate fuel cell technologies related to transportation. They include hydrogen-powered delivery and utility vehicles, a hydrogen production and refuelling facility and further development of on-board…

Futuretek-Bathurst receives $875,000 in TPC assistance

Futuretek-Bathurst Tool Inc, Oakville ON, has received $857,000 from Technology Partnership Canada (TPC) to develop an integrated manufacturing system for the aerospace industry. The assistance was provided through TPC’s dedicated Aerospace and Defence Supplier Development Initiative, which is designed to make smaller Canadian firms in the aerospace globally competitive. The R&D project involves the application…

TPC doles out $32.3 million to six BC companies

Technology Partnership Canada (TPC) has announced six new awards worth $32.3 million to British Columbia-based companies. The largest award of $10 million was made to fSONA Communications Corp, Richmond, for the development of high bandwidth wireless technologies. Azure Dynamics Corp, Vancouver, received $9 million to develop and test hybrid electric vehicle technologies for commercial vehicles…