By investing in a made-in-Canada innovation that uses solar panels and small wind turbines to generate renewable energy, Canada is investing in Canadian innovations to create inclusive and sustainable economic growth for communities across Canada.

“Through the Build in Canada Innovation Program, the government is supporting companies like Audace Technologies by helping them get their innovative products to market faster, and by being their first customer,” said Steven MacKinnon, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Services and Procurement.

“These technologies have the potential to provide real benefits to Canadians, in this case by providing affordable and clean energy to remote areas and communities.”

This investment helps Canadian innovators land their first sale and get their innovations tested by the Government of Canada.

This program is just one of the many ways the Government of Canada supports innovation and small and medium-sized businesses across Canada.

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