• Ontario’s cleantech companies are helping organizations and communities around the world implement effective, efficient solutions to tough environmental challenges. Worth nearly $20B in annual revenues and $1B in exports, Ontario’s cleantech industry is at the forefront of sustainable development. Every year more than $14B is spent in Ontario on industrial, university-based, and private sector research. If you are looking for R&D incentives and government programs, Ontario offers one of the best incentive packages in the world.

    Many of the world’s top water companies have chosen to locate here in Ontario including American Water, Danaher, GE Water and Process Technologies, Nalco, Siemens Water Technologies, Suez Degrémont, and Veolia Water. Ontario water companies have made clean water a reality in some of the world’s toughest industrial and urban environments. Some of the biggest breakthroughs have come from Ontario, Canada. In fact, two of the most widely used technologies—UV disinfection and membrane filtration—were developed here.

    In partnership with Global Affairs Canada, this mission will include market and sector opportunity briefings and a program of one-on-one meetings with key Brazilian water industry utilities, distributors and suppliers.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Claudia Penalosa.

  • Ontario is a place where you will find a highly educated and talented workforce, lower labour costs, and a broad ecosystem for innovation and R&D. World leaders in big data and cloud computing, data centres, microelectronics, digital media, security encryption, mobile gaming, mobile payments, wireless, telecom and networks and seven of the 10 largest tech companies in the world conduct R&D in Ontario. If Ontario’s ICT sector were its own country, its economy would be bigger than roughly half of the countries around the globe. With over 23,000 firms, nearly 315,000 workers, $41B of Ontario’s GDP, and $7.4B in exports, Ontario is the place to be.

    Next generation networks and 5G are presenting new opportunities for innovations like smart cities. Ontario’s integrated supply chain, highly skilled talent, and advanced global trade networks are just a few of the reasons why Ontario-made bio-economy, clean energy, green buildings resource management and environmental protection technologies and services are exported around the world. Ontario is proud to be bringing talented and innovative companies to Smart City Live 2020 that represent a broad spectrum of technologies and services for smart cities.

    Learn more about our companies, listed below.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Rita Patlan.

  • Ontario’s cleantech companies are helping organizations and communities around the world implement effective, efficient solutions to tough environmental challenges. Worth nearly $20B in annual revenues and $1B in exports, Ontario’s cleantech industry is at the forefront of sustainable development. Every year more than $14B is spent in Ontario on industrial, university-based, and private sector research. If you are looking for R&D incentives and government programs, Ontario offers one of the best incentive packages in the world.

    Many of the world’s top water companies have chosen to locate here in Ontario including American Water, Danaher, GE Water and Process Technologies, Nalco, Siemens Water Technologies, Suez Degrémont, and Veolia Water. Ontario water companies have made clean water a reality in some of the world’s toughest industrial and urban environments. Some of the biggest breakthroughs have come from Ontario, Canada. In fact, two of the most widely used technologies—UV disinfection and membrane filtration—were developed here.

    In partnership with Global Affairs Canada, this mission will include market and sector opportunity briefings and a program of one-on-one meetings with key Peruvian water industry utilities, distributors and suppliers.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Claudia Penalosa.

  • Ontario’s cleantech companies are helping organizations and communities around the world implement effective, efficient solutions to tough environmental challenges. Worth nearly $20B in annual revenues and $1B in exports, Ontario’s cleantech industry is at the forefront of sustainable development. Every year more than $14B is spent in Ontario on industrial, university-based, and private sector research. If you are looking for R&D incentives and government programs, Ontario offers one of the best incentive packages in the world. This ensures that you can drive innovation in the most economical manner possible. The province’s proposed Made-in-Ontario Environmental Plan also creates market opportunities for cleantech companies and the broader economy.

    WETEX (Water, Energy, Technology, and Envrionmental Exhibition) attracts 2,100 exhibitors, and 35,000 visitors from over 53 countries. The exhibition aims to achieve integration between all sectors of the energy industry and bring together trade and technical sectors while facilitating the creation of new trade opportunities, enhancing an exchange of ideas and experiences and showcasing the latest innovations.

    Ontario companies interested in finding new partners and clients in the UAE will be showcasing their innovations at the Ontario pavilion.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Eyad Qudsi.

  • The rapid growth of green energy has inspired Ontario entrepreneurs and researchers to develop disruptive technologies for utilities and consumers alike. Ontario has implemented the largest smart meter rollout in North America, with over 4.8 million meters installed and was the first jurisdiction in the world to institute mandatory time of use pricing. Ontario’s smart grid innovators are also tapping into the information technology expertise in their backyard. Ontario is home to the second-largest IT cluster in North America. That energy-IT combination creates powerful synergies pushing the development of even smarter grid technologies.

    Canadian companies enjoy the lowest costs among their G7 competitors for R&D, software development and advanced manufacturing. Canada also has free trade agreements in place which can significantly reduce tariffs and duties. In addition, the current exchange rate for the Canadian dollar against many major currencies favours international buyers. Ontario companies are leveraging their experience and technologies to help companies and utilities worldwide.

    Ontario companies interested in finding new partners and clients in the South Korean market will be showcasing their innovations at the Ontario pavilion.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Wenbo Pan.

  • Ontario’s cleantech companies are helping organizations and communities around the world implement effective, efficient solutions to tough environmental challenges. Worth nearly $20B in annual revenues and $1B in exports, Ontario’s cleantech industry is at the forefront of sustainable development. Every year more than $14B is spent in Ontario on industrial, university-based, and private sector research. If you are looking for R&D incentives and government programs, Ontario offers one of the best incentive packages in the world. This ensures that you can drive innovation in the most economical manner possible. 

    As the world’s most comprehensive gathering of water quality professionals and leaders, WEFTEC will feature the water industry’s leading conference program, an extensive exhibition showcasing the field’s most cutting-edge solutions, and a variety of valuable networking opportunities. 

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Lindsay Patel.

  • Ontario’s cleantech companies are helping organizations and communities around the world implement effective, efficient solutions to tough environmental challenges. Worth nearly $20B in annual revenues and $1B in exports, Ontario’s cleantech industry is at the forefront of sustainable development. Every year more than $14B is spent in Ontario on industrial, university-based, and private sector research. If you are looking for R&D incentives and government programs, Ontario offers one of the best incentive packages in the world. This ensures that you can drive innovation in the most economical manner possible. 

    The European Chemistry Partnering Summer Summit is a leading business partnering conference connecting global decision makers from every sector within the chemical industry including technological areas such as: engineering, new materials, renewable raw materials, polymers, nanotechnology, chemistry, bioeconomy, biotechnology, digitization, big data and blockchain. Other areas to be included are consumer goods, health (pharma, laboratory), cosmetics, plastics and adhesives, nutrition and analytics.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Patrick Barry.

  • Be sure to visit the Ontario Pavilion at DistribuTECH 2020 to meet with Ontario clean tech companies and learn all about Ontario's energy expertise. Over the past decade, Ontario has emerged as a North American leader in integrating green energy into the power grid. DistribuTECH is the leading annual electric power transmission and distribution conference and exhibition that addresses technologies used to move electricity from the power plant through the transmission and distribution systems to the meter and inside the home.

    To set up a meeting with Ontario companies attending DistribuTECH,

  • Discover the rich landscape of Ontario's clean technology sector at European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe. Up to 8 companies from Ontario will be joining delegations from Quebec and British Columbia to form a Canadian pavilion that represents a diverse blend of clean technologies. With Ontario's deep and broad experience in water, renewable energy, Internet of Things (IoT), cybersecurity and smart city technologies, this show is a must-attend to connect with our innovative and experienced companies.

    To set up a meeting with Ontario companies attending European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe:

  • Did you know that Ontario has filed for more water-related patents in the last 30 years than any other province or state? See why when you visit the Ontario Pavilion at Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) 2019. Meet and connect with Ontario water companies with experience in everything water-related.

    To set up a meeting with Ontario companies attending this important water-quality event, contact Sheri Dosunmu.