Building on the Foundation’s growth from last year, three grants have once again been awarded to deserving clean energy research projects being undertaken by accomplished graduate students across Canada. This year saw a large number of applications from a diverse range of projects and post-secondary institutions, with almost every province being represented.
The Foundation’s grant advisors, with help from the Foundation Board members, had the challenging task of narrowing the pool of applicants down to the tops candidates and ultimately the recipients of this year’s grants. After a very challenging adjudication process, the Foundation is excited to introduce three awardees: Cong Dong (University of Regina), Ryley McConkey (University of Waterloo) and Christopher White (Dalhousie University). Everyone at the Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Research Foundation is extremely proud to have these three join the ranks of Foundation awardees, as they are not only strong researchers investigating promising clean energy topics, but they also embody the Foundation’s mission beyond their research.
Learn about the grant recipients and their projects here.