Energy Innovation Program (voted)
|Name of transfer payment program||Energy Innovation Program (voted)|
|Start date||April 14, 2016|
|Type of transfer payment||Contribution|
|Type of appropriation||Estimates|
|Fiscal year for terms and conditions||2017-18|
|Link to department’s Program Inventory||Energy Innovation Program|
|Description||The objective is to support the competitiveness of Canada’s natural resource sectors through a comprehensive suite of research, development, demonstration, and RSA (Related Scientific Activities) projects leading to advances in technology, increased knowledge and collaboration, input into codes, standards and associated policies and regulations, and ultimately improved environmental and economic performance.
The program has conditionally repayable contributions for demonstration projects; R&D and RSA are non-repayable.
|Expected results||Activities are expected to contribute to new research, development, demonstration projects and associated codes and standards, and new knowledge products, including studies and analyses.
Performance measures include:
|Fiscal year of last completed evaluation||Started in 2017-18|
|Decision following the results of last evaluation||Not applicable|
|Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation||2018-19|
|General targeted recipient groups||Eligible Canadian Recipients include:
1) legal entities validly incorporated or registered in Canada including: For profit and not for profit organizations such as electricity and gas utilities, companies, industry associations, research associations, and standards organizations; Indigenous organizations and groups; Community groups; and Canadian academic institutions.
2) Provincial, territorial, regional and municipal governments and their departments and agencies where applicable. Eligible International Recipients (for Mission Innovation activities only) will include treaty organizations and other international legal entities validly incorporated or registered abroad including: For-profit and not-for-profit organizations such as industry associations, agencies, research associations, standards organizations; and academic institutions.
|Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients||The program conducted extensive engagement with industry, associations, Provinces and Territories, and research and policy groups to help inform the scope of calls for proposals. Requests for project proposals were solicited from a broad range of eligible recipients including industry, academia and consortia via open, advertised proposal calls; non-advertised direct requests for proposals; and unsolicited proposals.|
*This date relates to the expiry date of the program policy authority which may be different from the actual funding end date.
|Type of transfer payment||2017-18 Forecast spending||2018-2019 Planned spending||2019-20 Planned spending||2020-21 Planned
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