As a multi-disciplinary centre, McNeil C.A.R.E collaborates, communicates, and jointly advances the adoption of renewable energy technologies across Canada, with a primary focus on Albertan communities.
McNeil C.A.R.E and the Concordia Alumni Association are proud to present the Renewable Energy Seminar Series.
Renewable Energy Seminar Series
This seminar series aims to provide CUE members (students, alumni, faculty and staff) and the community in general, with an opportunity to:
- explore renewable energy solutions
- learn about the challenges faced by sustainable energy sector (industry, government and society)
- learn about careers in the renewable energy sector
- and interact with experts from across Canada and beyond.
April 15, 2021
Renewable Natural Gas at the Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plan – presented by Derek Hollman, Senior Manager, Project Development (Sustainable Energy), EPCOR
March 18, 2021
Roadblocks to Renewables – presented by Bill Eggertson, co-founder of McNeil CARE, Founder of NetZero Plus
February 18, 2021
Alberta’s Coal Phase Out – presented by Tim Weis, Industrial Professor at University of Alberta
January 21, 2021 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Feeding Two Birds with One Scone: Building Integrated Photovoltaic Systems (BIPV), presented by Vedran Skopac, Principal, Manasc Isaac
November 19, 2020 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Climate Innovation Fund, presented by Mike Mellross, Alberta Ecotrust Foundation
October 15, 2020 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Building Blatchford, presented by Christian Felske, City of Edmonton
Interested in speaking at the Series?
Send your proposed topic and a brief description to Dr. Isha Katyal, Director, Industry and Innovation at email@example.com.
Speakers will be provided with an honorarium courtesy of the Concordia Alumni Association.
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Management Training
Are you interested in a career in Energy Management? The McNeil Centre for Applied Renewable Energy and The Office of Extension and Culture are excited to offer a new professional development course intended to provide students with valuable and in-demand skills to succeed in our ever-changing energy industry: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Management!
Designed to meet the growing need for management skills in the field of renewable and sustainable energy, the course provides professionals with the tools and techniques necessary to manage, monitor, control, plan, and implement energy sources of all kinds for organizations.
Learn more about the course and register here:
Dr. Isha Katyal, Director, Innovation and Industry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
President, Concordia Alumni Association at email@example.com.