Energy and Natural Resources Conference

Thursday, June 22, 2017 - 08:00 to Friday, June 23, 2017 - 16:30
The University of Windsor will host a symposium exploring the technological, political, and financial aspects of the sustainable production and use of energy, June 22 and 23 in the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation.
The sustainable production and use of energy is critically linked to our invaluable natural resources. Both renewable and fossil energy sources are reliant on the availability of elements essential to our living environment. The Energy and Natural Resources (EANR) 2017 conference will set a vital focus on the interconnectivity between energy and the environment.  The outcomes driven event is bent on connecting all relevant stakeholders — such that the most pressing issues are moved forward with quantifiable and sustainable momentum.​​

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EANR2017 will explore the following topics.

  • Renewable and Fossil Energy Generation

  • Energy Storage

  • Energy Systems Design and Integration

  • Innovative Energy Finance and Market Dynamics

  • Carbon Mitigation Strategies

  • Carbon Capture

  • Carbon Sequestration

  • Mini/Microgrids

  • Water's Role in Energy Extraction and Generation

  • Energy's Role in Water Treatment and Transportation

  • Geo-Energy Interaction

  • Greenhouse Energy Systems

  • Northern Energy Systems

  • Island/Isolated Energy Systems