New Report Reveals Global Market Opportunities for Canadian CCUS Companies 

As companies around the world set their sights on bold emissions reductions goals – specifically, net-zero emissions by 2050 – there is an urgent need for clean technology solutions. Helping Canadian companies seize global market opportunities in this field is the focus of a new report released by CMC Research Institutes and Foresight Cleantech Accelerator Centre.

“Exporting CCUS Technology” offers guidance for Canadian companies offering carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies to create an international business development strategy. It also identifies the top 5 markets for Canadian CCUS companies to consider: Australia, Germany, Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States, with in-depth analysis of opportunities in each region.

This international business development strategy focused exclusively on CCUS is part of Foresight’s sector-based approach to accelerating cleantech adoption. Segmenting support by sector helps align stakeholders, set priorities, and build a community of engaged funders, pilot partners, technology providers, and industry adopters. Following the successful launch of the waterNEXT last year, Foresight is excited to continue to focus on leading initiatives with a sectoral focus, with carbon identified as an urgent priority.

“Exporting CCUS Technology” is funded by the CanExport Associations Program through the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service.

View the Executive Summary here.

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Michelle Zazulak

Michelle is an accomplished graphic designer, brand strategist and content creator. Throughout her career, she has worked with government, nonprofits and early-stage companies to discover their brand’s look and feel. She is passionate about developing a strong provincial technology sector and supporting a sustainable future. Michelle has spent the last few years at Innovate BC, supporting BC’s innovation ecosystem and managing the visual design for the #BCTECHSummit, Western Canada’s largest annual innovation event. She is a multi-disciplinary marketer with degrees and certifications in performing arts, graphic design, film production, and UX design. She’s a skilled amateur photographer, spending her free time exploring the wild places of BC.

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