June 2, 2022
UCalgary presents future-focused programs and world-class energy research at 2022 Global Energy Show
The University of Calgary is transforming the energy landscape and leading the shift in focus of energy research. We are training Canada’s future leaders in low-carbon energy, solving battery storage efficiency, and supporting research that looks to deliver negative emissions in energy production. You can hear from those involved in these innovations at the Global Energy Show (GES), June 7 to 9 at the BMO Centre in downtown Calgary.
UCalgary has a well-established energy research strategy that enables our scholars to take a leadership role in energy innovations while developing deep connection with industry and community partners to drive impact. “UCalgary supports emerging leaders, entrepreneurs and researchers who want to collaborate with the energy industry to scale their solutions,” says Dr. William Ghali, vice-president (research).
“Our researchers have come together with partners from industry, government and other institutions to create solutions that will effect real change and we want to share this with the world at the Global Energy Show.”
UCalgary postdoctoral associate Ashutosh Singh exemplifies leadership in energy innovation. Singh is finding efficient and cost-effective ways to produce graphene from graphite, and he is applying this process to improving energy storage in battery systems. Singh is now hoping to commercialize his process and has founded a graphene manufacturing company called Bee Energy, in partnership with Dr. Edward Roberts, PhD, at the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at UCalgary.
Join us June 7-9. 2022
At GES, UCalgary showcases our world-class innovations, scholars and programming. This year, our engagement at GES includes a Technical Conference presented by leading energy researchers.
Visit us June 7 to 9 in booth 1243 at the GES Exhibition to learn about UCalgary researchers tackling today’s greatest energy challenges, our partnerships and collaborations across the globe, and how you can get involved with energy research.
Learn more about UCalgary’s GES programming.