Furthering research activities in the areas of clean energy materials and devices, as well as future energy systems based on hydrogen and other alternative fuels.
The Collaboration Centre for Clean Energy Transition is aiming to build a strong, long‑term relationship between the University of British Columbia (UBC) and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) to focus efforts in developing and integrating clean energy conversion processes and devices to act as strong economic alternatives to fossil fuels.
- University of British Columbia
- National Research Council of Canada – Energy, Mining and Environment Research Centre
- The NRC‑UoT Collaboration Centre for Green Energy Materials (CC‑GEM)
Current areas of focus
- Clean energy transition towards a more sustainable future
- Hydrogen economy and other chemical energy carriers
- Clean energy conversion process and devices
- Innovation in carbon and hydrogen conversion for renewable hydrogen
- Material discovery, characterization and optimization
- Clean energy conversion technologies: components, devices and systems for fuel cells and electrolyzers
- Multi‑scale modelling and simulation
- Energy system integration and digitalization
- Demonstration and performance studies, data collection and data analytics
- Artificial intelligence
National Research Council of Canada
University of British Columbia
Professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science
Locations and facilities
Energy, Mining and Environment Research Centre, National Research Council of Canada, 4250 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1W5
Faculty of Applied Science, UBC, Engineering Building, 2360 East Mall, Vancouver BC V6T 1Z3.