The Energy Hub Management System project (energyhub.uwaterloo.ca) is looking for a full-time Community Engagement Analyst (28 April 2014 to 22 August 2014). This job opportunity is being concurrently offered through the University of Waterloo's co-operative education system and through this 'open posting'. Full details may be found here.
Prof. Paul Parker recently returned from Oklahoma, where he gave a series of three lectures at the University of Oklahoma. Two were for students taking a course on 'Sustainability and Global Environmental Change', and were entitled, 'Sustainability Macro Solutions: Policies and Technology', and 'Sustainability Micro Solutions: Information, Incentives and Action'. The other was a public lecture, entitled, 'How to Turn Sustainability Research into Practice: Reducing Carbon in Electricity and Saving Water'.
We are all excited as we enter the Fall term. Informal lunches will continue, and we will gather twice to share research progress. Other events will be organised as demand warrants. Visit this webpage (SEP - Community Information - Fall 2013) for more information about Sustainable Energy Policy developments.
Sustainable Energy Policy at the University of Waterloo has launched a twitter account. @SEPuWaterloo is intended to be a means of communicating our research group's activities with like-minded individuals, both with uWaterloo and beyond; additionally, it will be a means of fostering increased communication and collaboration among our members.
The Faculty of Environment is seeking a post-doctoral fellow (PDF) in Sustainable Energy Policy. The PDF will join an interdisciplinary, multi-institutional team that is advancing understanding of energy managers' decision-making in a smart grid environment. Full details may be found here, and the review of applications will begin on 6 September 2013 and continue until the position is filled.