Canal Savoir - Mur solaire thermique, Université Concordia
Mur solaire thermique, Université Concordia
SÉRIE : DE LA SUITE DANS LES IDÉES!
Les bâtiments sont des plateformes idéales pour les systèmes de production d'énergie solaire renouvelable et le professeur Andreas Athienitis l’a bien compris. Un bâtiment de l’Université Concordia utilise ainsi sa façade pour produire à la fois chaleur et électricité à partir du soleil.
Thermal Solar Wall, Concordia University
SERIES : DE LA SUITE DANS LES IDÉES!
Buildings are ideal platforms for the production of renewable solar energy systems and Professor Andreas Athienitis understands this. A Concordia University building facade is used to produce both heat and electricity from the sun.
Test home by Urbandale and Carleton to study new energy-saving ideas
Behold! The house of the future.
Dr. Beausoleil-Morrison is the project lead for the newly built Urbandale Centre for Home Energy Research, a custom-built 1,600-square-foot two-storey house at Carleton that is providing opportunities to test innovations in solar energy and explore other zero-carbon technologies.
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Carleton Engineering Professor Cynthia Cruickshank Receives the CMHC Award for Excellence in Education
Cynthia Cruickshank, associate professor in the research intensive Faculty of Engineering and Design at Carleton University, has won the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) – Excellence in Education Award to honour outstanding educational contributions to sustainable practices.
The award recognizes educators who have integrated sustainable concepts in housing and community development into the academic curriculum. In addition to her ongoing research and dedication to teaching, Cruickshank’s genuine care for the future is demonstrated in her involvement with Team Ontario’s 2013 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon project, a partnership between Carleton University, Queen’s University and Algonquin College. As a result of her involvement with the project and the success of the team, Cruickshank was invited to serve as a member of the engineering jury for the 2015 competition.
Publications of IEA SHC Task 40/EBC Annex 52 highlighted on Global Solar Thermal Energy Council website
IEA SHC Task 40/EBC Annex 52 had a large number of Network researchers and students, including the Operating Agent Josef Ayoub and the editors of an advanced book on modeling, design and optimization of NZEBs, Andreas Athienitis and Liam O'Brien.