Canadians say they appreciate the vast amount of fresh water that exists in this country, but are quite willing to waste much of it by unnecessarily disposing of things through toilets, according
The technology boom and a looming shortage of trained workers in the next five to ten years have set the stage for an aggressive electricity sector renewal project. “Our success will very much
The prototype sustainable power plant that University of Toronto Professor Olivier Trescases (ECE) is demonstrating doesn’t look like much. A simple black-box battery connected by clips to red
The University of Toronto Centre for Applied Power Electronics (CAPE) will receive $720,000 in funding for its smart-grid community lithium-ion battery solution for utility energy storage project.
Compute Canada, a national platform of advanced computing resources across the country, has announced the largest ever awards of supercomputing resources to researchers working in areas from biomedicine
Most people have never been up close to a natural gas processing plant, an oil sands operation or a large wind turbine. Yet the energy sector fuels not only Alberta’s prosperity, but also drives