About ACTia

Leading Advocacy

Fostering Collaboration

Encouraging Investment

About ACTia

Founded in 2011, the Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance (ACTia) is the only province-wide and industry-focused group working to support Albertans developing clean technology (“cleantech”) — products and services that improve economic performance and reduce environmental footprint.

ACTia is the leading voice for Alberta’s cleantech sector; fostering local and global connections between technology developers, entrepreneurs, investors and customers; and is accelerating industry development.

Ensuring our members lead the way in clean technologies will help sustain regional economic growth. ​

Vision

To position Alberta as a world leader in clean technology.

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Mission

Become the first point of contact for Alberta’s clean technology community. It is a centre of expertise to both navigate the clean tech sector in Alberta and to strengthen the ecosystem.

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ACTia has been pivotal in getting our company in front of the right industry players

Anthea Sargeaunt - CEO, 2Swater

ACTia is both an active voice for Clean Tech Innovation in Alberta and a responsive connector at the intersection of entrepreneur/innovators, government, services, and investors. Their events create opportunities to relax and network as well as to engage, learn and influence.

Richard Adamson – Cleantech Sherpa/CEO, Industrial Climate Solutions
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Our Partnerships

Canada CLeanTech

The CanadaCleantech Alliance

ACTia is a proud co-founder of CanadaCleantech along with BC CEO Cleantech AllianceMaRS Cleantech, and Écotech Québec who are together promoting Canadian cleantech nationally and internationally.

Clean Resource Innovation Network (CRIN)

As the non-producer co-vice chair of CRIN, ACTia is the lead voice for the innovation ecosystem on the Executive and Steering Committee of this $200M+ open innovation initiative, and seeks to ensure that the needs of innovators from early-stage to scale-up are addressed in CRIN’s ecosystem development and technology-deployment initiatives.

Prairie Biosciences Canada

ACTia supports Alberta venture participation in PBC’s subsidized trade missions and in export-oriented training for bio-based and agricultural clean tech, including Agritechnica, the Global Clean Tech Forum and Globe Forum.