Mobile Thermal Energy Storage (M-TES) could potentially meet the low-carbon heating and cooling needs district energy networks using tanker trucks to collect and deliver waste energy.
Powering all of British Columbia’s vehicles with kilowatts instead of petroleum could prove surprisingly cost-effective over the long haul.
Leveraging BC’s wave energy advantage
PICS research is informing policy development to better assess risk and prevent contamination of Northeastern BC water systems due to oil and gas development.
Different energy sources impact the GHG intensity of LNG terminals.
Quantifying the environmental impacts of BC shale gas and LNG development.
Alberta’s grid needs cleaning up, and its hydro-powered next-door neighbour could help. But not in the way that you might think.
PICS researcher Kevin Palmer-Wilson factored social acceptance into renewable energy forecasting models—and uncovered a daunting engagement challenge.
With a helpful nod from policy makers, the humble wood pellet could play a starring role in Alberta’s clean-energy transition.