Clean Technology

Clean technology, also known as cleantech, refers to technologies that reduce, optimize or replace the use of natural resources, instead focusing on “clean” and green technologies to get the job done.

Our flagship client in this area was Sustainable Development Technology Canada, with whom we worked from 2015 to 2018.  SDTC is funded by the Canadian Government, and in turn, has funded more than 300 Canadian cleantech projects, bringing considerable economic and environmental benefits to Canada. SDTC portfolio companies are tackling critical environmental issues and creating technologies that not only improve our air, land and water but do so more efficiently, competitively and sustainably than incumbent technologies.

PAST AND PRESENT CLIENTS

 

Clean technology, also known as cleantech, refers to technologies that reduce, optimize or replace the use of natural resources, instead focusing on “clean” and green technologies to get the job done.

Our flagship client in this area was Sustainable Development Technology Canada, with whom we worked from 2015 to 2018.  SDTC is funded by the Canadian Government, and in turn, has funded more than 300 Canadian cleantech projects, bringing considerable economic and environmental benefits to Canada. SDTC portfolio companies are tackling critical environmental issues and creating technologies that not only improve our air, land and water but do so more efficiently, competitively and sustainably than incumbent technologies.

PAST AND PRESENT CLIENTS

 

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SDTC SUCCESS STORY MAGAZINE

The SDTC Success Stories magazine showcases the contribution to the Canadian environment and economy made by SDTC’s portfolio of companies, and in turn underlines SDTC’s valuable role in Canada’s cleantech sector, funding these companies at critical junctures on their road to market entry. As part of this effort, Blunt wrote, edited and designed (in English and French) 31 Success Stories, working together with 31 different cleantech companies, interviewing company spokespeople, writing stories and then editing them with corporate stakeholders. The stories were paired with critical key facts, quotes, and sidebars, creating important connections between editorial and design.

The stories were each published individually on sdtc.ca and then were culminated in the printing of a beautiful Success Story magazine (also in French) that was targeted at SDTC member companies, policy makers at the federal level of the Canadian government and at other cleantech industry stakeholders.