Professor Kate Neville co-leads a carbon conversion and clean energy research initiative with a $24 million investment from the federal government. The CANSTOREnergy project brings together researchers from 11 Canadian universities, along with community, utility and industry partners, to develop technologies that convert carbon-based emissions into useful products, such as fuels and raw materials, and create a net-zero means of seasonal storage for renewable energy that meets specific community needs. “We want to think about addressing these big global challenges such as climate change. But we don’t solve them at the global scale,” says Neville.
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Read about the CANSTOREnergy project in the Global News article.