Staff

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Workshop report available

On Friday, 20 November 2015, the leadership teams – senior management and board members – of Cambridge North Dumfries Hydro, Guelph Hydro, Kitchener Wilmot Hydro and Waterloo North Hydro gathered for a half-day workshop in Cambridge, Ontario to examine the future of local distribution companies.

 

The School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability at the University of Waterloo is seeking a post-doctoral fellow (PDF) in the area of sustainable energy policy. The position will commence as soon as possible (and no later than 1 June 2016) for an 18-month period. The annual salary will be $50,000 plus benefits.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

New journal article published

Profs. Ian Rowlands and Paul Parker – along with Faculty of Environment alum Tobi Reid (ERS ’13) – have just had an article published in the journal, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment.

Prof. Paul Parker will travel to China next week to share his expertise about growing the green economy with green energy.  Prof. Parker will focus on Ontario's experience of closing the coal plants and investing in renewable electricity, on retrofitting houses for efficiency and comfort gains, and on building low carbon subdivisions to test pathways to a low carbon future.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Presentation at EDF

Prof. Ian Rowlands is travelling to France to share research findings related to residential (electricity) demand response.  Presenting with his collaborator, Dr. Guy Newsham (National Research Council, Ottawa), the international workshop is entitled, Evaluation of Demand Response Mechanisms, and is being held in Paris on 30 June and 1 July 2014. 

Today, Ian Rowlands, in collaboration with research partners at Carleton University, had an article published in Renewable Energy.  Entitled, 'Managing Solar-PV Variability With Geographical Dispersion:  An Ontario (Canada) Case-study', it examines the extent to which the broad distribution of solar-PV panels in Ontario might lead to better performance, on a variety of metrics.  The article can be found in Vol. 68, August 2014, pp. 171-180 or here.