Ryerson home to new Centre for Urban Energy

Guest Contributor
September 1, 2010

Three public utilities have committed $7 million in seed funding to establish the Centre for Urban Energy (CUE) at Ryerson Univ. The CUE will take a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to study a wide range of issues from demand management and local energy storage to carbon footprint reduction and smart infrastructure. The contributing utilities are Hydro One ($2.5 million), Toronto Hydro-Electric System Ltd (Toronto Hydro) ($2.5 million) and Ontario Power Authority ($2 million). Funding will be used to support research projects ($900,000 annually), student awards and fellowships….

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