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Solar energy work wins researcher provincial backing

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

A professor at Waterloo Engineering has won approval for $900,000 in funding through a provincial program to help Ontario meet its targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Kevin Musselman, a professor of mechanical and mechatronics engineering, is one of 22 recipients of financial backing from the Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF), which invests proceeds from the province’s carbon market.

Musselman, whose work involves solar cells and solar energy, is receiving the money through a LCIF stream that backs concept or prototype projects from companies or academic organizations to help get innovative technologies to market faster.

A total of $28.1 million has been allocated for the fund, which is part of the Ontario government’s Climate Change Action Plan.

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