THE FUTURE IS ELECTRIC: BUILDING DECARBONIZED AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
The first call for proposals for seed grant funding is now open
$123 million for the electrification of society
Concordia has received $123 million over seven years from the Canada First Research Excellence Fund, the largest single research award
in the university’s history.
The investment will amplify our already formidable expertise in key areas such as electrification, smart buildings and net zero communities, and further our leadership in helping Canada achieve its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
Université de Montréal | École Polytechnique de Montréal
École de Technologie Supérieure | Carleton University
Featuring the expertise of more than 140 researchers from different disciplines, our initiative brings together a group of leaders to address, not only the technical challenges of electrification, but the policy and social development requirements as well.
In redefining the ways in which we move, live and work Concordia is setting the stage for more resilient and sustainable communities.
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