The Quest* Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project has successfully stored one million tonnes of CO2 deep underground in its first year operating. That’s equal to the emissions from about 250,000 cars.
At Shell, we know there are many Canadians with bold, innovative ideas that can help address climate change, and we want to show them that we are as committed to them as they are to protecting our environment. That’s why the Shell Quest*Climate Grant is back for another year, offering three grants of $50,000 to Canadian innovators and entrepreneurs who are motivated to progress their projects and make a positive impact. We look for applicants with projects that focus on energy efficiency, behavioral and social change and/or clean energy initiatives.
Click here to view 2016 Quest Climate Grant winners announcement.
Questions? Email SCAN-Quest-Climate-Grant@shell.com
The 2016 application period is now closed.
*The Quest Project is a part of the Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP), an oil sands joint venture operated by Shell and owned by Shell Canada (60%), Chevron Canada (20%) and Marathon Oil Canada Corporation (20%).
The Shell Quest Climate Grant is open to legal residents of Canada (excluding Quebec) who has reached the age of majority in his or her Province or Territory of legal residence at the time of entry in this Contest.