As a part of our annual Energy Day event we are providing the opportunity for students to present their research to individuals from the government, industry and academic communities. There are 20 student poster spots available for showing and the first 10 to apply will be given financial assistance up to $50.00 CAD for printing costs.
This year we are asking for research is related to:
- Global energy poverty, off-grid and mini-grid systems, micro-pico-nano grids, and energy infrastructure challenges from a cultural, social, and/or environmental point of views
- The development of emerging technologies, long range carbon reduction planning for environmental benefits at the local and/or macro levels
- Blockchain in the power and utility sector or energy market
If you know of a student or group of students working on research related to our themes please have them contact Jessica Strickler: firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1. To receive financial assistance for poster printing a request must be made before March 1, 2018 & an original receipt is required.