Alberta’s clean-tech sector could be one of the province’s few growth businesses in 2016 – Financial Post

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Alberta’s clean-tech sector could be one of the province’s few growth businesses in 2016 – Financial Post

by pmnationtalk on January 4, 2016280 Views

January 4, 2016

CALGARY – While many companies that service the oil and gas industry are struggling with record-low demand for their expertise, Scott Nelson and his team have become steadily busier in recent weeks.

Nelson, president and CEO of clean-technology firm Titanium Corp., says interest in his company’s services has spiked since the Paris agreement on climate change and Alberta’s new carbon tax legislation.

“If you’ve been making a long list of things you may or may not do (to reduce emissions), you’d better look at them really hard right now because it’s going to cost you money if you don’t,” Nelson said.

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