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The following sections discuss issues related to GHG technology development: industry spending and investment, market opportunities for GHG technology suppliers, innovation, research and development (R&D), and obstacles or barriers firms are facing.

Industry expenditures on GHG technologies

Canada’s economic structure is energy-intensive. It is characterized by energy-intensive industries, significant production and refining of natural resources, and reliance on export markets. More >>

Business opportunities for suppliers of GHG technologies

Are Canadian businesses taking advantage of the domestic and international markets for GHG technologies? It is not possible now to fully evaluate the success of Canadian GHG technology suppliers because of the lack of time-series data on GHG technology revenues. More >>

GHG technology development

Information on business R&D and innovation activities is needed to evaluate Canada’s commitment to developing and promoting GHG technologies. Monitoring these activities also supports the government’s broader objective of turning Canada into one of the top five R&D performers and one of the most innovative countries in the world. More >>

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