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Clean Growth Hub service request form

The Clean Growth Hub is Canada's whole-of-government focal point for clean technology. The Hub's mandate is to help Canadian clean technology producers and users navigate the federal system of clean technology programs and supports.


In order to help us identify supports that are well-tailored to your needs, please complete the service request form to the best of your ability. Once the form is submitted, we will follow up with you within five business days.

Organizations that will benefit from the Hub's advisory services are those that are program-ready. Program-ready means that you :

  • have a clean tech project where the technology is at TRL 3+ (past the idea stage);
  • have a project with a defined timeline that will result in the creation of a unique product or service offering;
  • own the intellectual property (IP) or have an IP strategy (when developing tech);
  • have a business plan; and
  • need help identifying federal programs and services to fill a partial funding gap to advance your clean tech project.

Please note that the Hub is not a funding program and does not influence final program decisions.

Note: All fields marked with an * (asterisk) are mandatory.

If you require assistance in completing this form, please send an email to:

A. Contact information

Are you a consultant or a business advisor contacting the Clean Growth Hub on behalf of a client?

Preferred language of correspondence

B. Organization information

Location of organization headquarters


Is the organization incorporated/registered in Canada?
Organization’s current clean technology goals

C. Clean technology project, product or service

This section is meant to capture information about your project. Your answers will help Clean Growth Hub officers better understand your organization and project needs in order to identify relevant federal programs to advance your project.

Do you have a specific clean technology project with defined environmental benefits and project costs for which you are seeking federal funding support? Please note that most federal funding programs support organizations seeking financial support for a specific project.

D. Government support

The Clean Growth Hub is mandated to enhance coordination among the many federal departments and agencies offering clean technology support. By indicating support that you have received from the federal government in the past, we can reach out within our federal network to more efficiently identify available support mechanisms over time, as you scale up your technology or company.

E: Diversity Information

The Government of Canada collects sociodemographic information in order to improve the inclusiveness of our programs and services.

The information collected in this section is voluntary and will be used to better understand the organizations we serve, and to identify federal programs or opportunities that may help you. Self-identifying will not change the service we provide to you. If you do not wish to self-identify, please leave the fields blank or select "Prefer not to answer".

Collecting socio-demographic information helps the Government of Canada understand the population applying for and receiving support from federal business innovation programs and services. This allows the Government to monitor and evaluate the performance of its programs and services from an equity perspective, and to improve the accessibility and inclusiveness of our programs.

Do you wish to provide diversity information about your organization so that we can recommend relevant programs?

If you answered yes to the question above, please answer any of the following questions:

In what capacity are you completing this form?

Is your company over 50% owned, managed and/or controlled by person(s) who self-identify as:

Indigenous person(s) including First Nations, Inuit and Métis1

Black and/or person(s) of African descent

Member(s) of another racialized community

Member of the LGBTQ2S+ community

Person(s) living with a disability2


Younger than 40 years old

A recent immigrant to Canada (i.e. landed in Canada in the last 5 years)

Has your company developed a diversity strategy or made any commitments to equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace?

  1. Indigenous refers to those persons who identify with at least one Indigenous group, that is First Nations, Métis, or, Inuit. Aboriginal peoples of Canada (referred to here as Indigenous peoples) are defined in the Constitution Act, 1982, Section 35 (2) as including the Indian, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada.
  2. Disability means any impairment, including a physical, mental, intellectual, cognitive, learning, communication or sensory impairment — or a functional limitation — whether permanent, temporary or episodic in nature, or evident or not, that, in interaction with a barrier, hinders a person's full and equal participation in society. (handicap) (Accessible Canada Act , Communications Security Establishment Act (2019, c. 10). Retrieved from the Justice Laws website:

F. Newsletter / Sector-specific updates subscription

Would you like to subscribe to the Clean Growth Hub Newsletter to receive timely clean technology information related to Government of Canada programs and services, announcements, events and Canadian success stories?

Note: By checking "Yes", a new window will open enabling you to subscribe to the newsletter


Would you like to receive sector-specific updates with the latest information on Government of Canada programs, services, announcements, and events that relate to your clean technology sector?

You may unsubscribe at any time, effective immediately.

Your email address will never be shared.

Privacy notice

All personal information created, held or collected by this department is protected under the Privacy Act. This means that you will be informed of the purpose for which it is being collected and how to exercise your right of access to that information. You will be asked for your consent where appropriate.

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Public Communications

The personal information you include in an inquiry about this website may be used to prepare a reply. The personal information is collected pursuant to the provision in the department's enabling statutes. Such information may be used for statistical, evaluation and reporting purposes. The information is included in the personal information bank PSU 914 – Public Communications. The information may be shared with programs and activities of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada should your inquiry pertain to a specific program or activity of the department. In such cases, the information is included in the personal information bank of the program or activity.

The transmission of this information is not secure so sensitive personal information, such as your Social Insurance Number, should not be included in your message.

If after reading this statement, you prefer not to submit your inquiry via the Internet, you may use one of the following methods:

By Telephone: 613-954-5031 (Toll-free: 1-800-328-6189 (Canada))

By Mail:

Web Service Centre
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
C.D. Howe Building
4th Floor, East Tower
235 Queen Street
Ottawa, Ontario  K1A 0H5

In Person at: Headquarters or Regional Offices

Teletypewriter: 1-866-694-8389 (toll-free)

Privacy Inquiry

Any questions, comments, concerns or complaints you may have regarding the administration of the Privacy Act and privacy policies regarding this website may be directed to the departmental Privacy Coordinator by email, by telephone or in writing to:

Information and Privacy Rights Administration
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
C.D. Howe Building
2nd Floor, West Tower
235 Queen Street
Ottawa, Ontario  K1A 0H5
Telephone: 343-291-2792
Fax: 343-291-1893

If you are not satisfied with our response to your privacy concern, you may wish to contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner by email at or by telephone at 1-800-282-1376.

By checking "Yes", your e-mail address will be added to our subscriber list for sector-specific updates.


G. Additional information

Thank you for responding to our questions. Please feel free to share any additional information about your initiative or organization below. You may upload documents with the "Add Attachment" function.

We also appreciate any feedback you may have on the questionnaire itself and our services, in general, to improve our processes further.

H. Privacy notice statement and consent

Please note that the Clean Growth Hub is an interdepartmental organization with several member departments and agencies. By clicking the "I have read this Privacy Notice Statement" button you consent to the information you provide being shared across federal departments and agencies, including the departments and agencies represented in the Clean Growth Hub listed below. Please note that your information is being collected pursuant to the Department of Industry Act and the Department of Natural Resources Act. This information may be shared for the purposes of informing specific funding, support, and partnership decisions; assisting you in identifying the federal programs or supports best-suited to your needs; and research, analysis, policy development, and facilitation of program improvements; and identification of opportunities through additional innovation support programs and services that may be available to you. Also, please note that all federal departments and agencies are subject to the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act and have statutory obligations to disclose information in certain circumstances. However, proprietary business information will not be disclosed without your consent. For inquiries, please contact Innovation Science and Economic Development Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) Services.

The provision of your personal information is voluntary; as such, there are no administrative consequences for refusing to complete this Web form. The personal information you provide will be contained in Personal Information Bank No. PSU 914 – Public Communications. You have the right to request that your personal information be corrected or annotated, if necessary, by contacting our ATIP Services office, by email, at You also have the right to file a complaint with the Privacy Commissioner of Canada regarding our handling of this information. Information on filing such complaints can be found online, at

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We look forward to learning more about your work and providing you with information on the Government of Canada's clean technology initiatives that may be relevant to you.

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