Feds select Ontario business as first recipient of new climate money

 

Live Now: CTV News Channel The Trudeau government has selected an Ontario company as the first “winner” of funds under a part of the federal climate change plan on Thursday. “This is a big solution that’s going to make a difference in the lives of people in Ontario. It’s focused on how we cool buildings,” Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna said during an interview with CTV’s Your Morning. The feds are giving $10 million to further the expansion of Enwave Energy Corporation’s deep lake water cooling system, which uses cold water from Lake Ontario to heat large buildings in the downtown core. The money comes from a section of the Low Carbon Economy Fund. Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna leaves a press conference on Canada’s climate plan, in the National Press Theatre in Ottawa on Thursday, Dec. Feds select Ontario business as first recipient of new climate money

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