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Export Development Canada plans to help natural resources sectors transition to zero emissions


July 20, 2021
By Canadian Biomass staff

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Export Development Canada, a provider of financing, insurance and other support to such Canadian businesses as the oil and gas industry, plans to help natural resource sectors transition to a future of zero-emissions.

CEO Mairead Lavery said the agency believes in science and for the need to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.

Since 2012, Export Development Canada has facilitated $13.5 billion in Canadian clean technology exports with its support of companies that focus on environmental protection and climate mitigation.

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1 Comment » for Export Development Canada plans to help natural resources sectors transition to zero emissions
  1. Kevin Hull says:

    I have approached EDC regarding our pollution and climate change mitigation technology, their willingness to help me is about on par with the risk apatite of the Royal Bank. They are so very serious about Net Zero etc. but they only want to embrace companies and technology with Risk Zero. That’s not how we’re going to save this planet.

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