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==About Me==
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I am a Mechanical and Materials Engineering student at Queen's University, graduating in 2010. My interests lie primarily in the area of sustainable development, particularly design of renewable energy technologies. I am currently employed as a Research Assistant in Applied Sustainability at Queen's University.
 
  
==Resources==
 
This section contains resources useful to others working on similar projects.
 
===Electricity Generation in Canada===
 
http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/57-204-x/57-204-x2003000-eng.pdf
 
  
Statistics Canada summary of power generation (by type and province) for Canada in 2003. Wikipedia summary can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_sector_in_Canada.
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[[Category:Queens Applied Sustainability Group]]
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== About Me ==
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I am a Mechanical and Materials Engineering student at Queen's University, graduating in 2010. My interests lie primarily in the area of sustainable development, particularly in consulting and strategic advice. I have been employed at Queen's University as a Research Assistant in Applied Sustainability and spent two summers at a major Canadian utility.
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I will post useful information for users interested in applied sustainability and energy below. In addition, I have contributed significantly to two literature reviews, one about [[Deployment_of_Renewable_Energy_Technologies_to_Mitigate_Climate_Change_Literature_Review| deployment of renewable energy technologies to mitigate climate change]], and the other about the fascinating history of the (somewhat unfeasible)  [[Energy_Theory_of_Value_Literature_Review| Energy Theory of Value]].
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== Resources ==
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This section contains resources useful to others working on similar projects.
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=== Electricity Generation in Canada ===
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http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/57-204-x/57-204-x2003000-eng.pdf
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Statistics Canada summary of power generation (by type and province) for Canada in 2003. Wikipedia summary can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_sector_in_Canada. Updated overview can be found at http://canelect.ca/en/electricityincanada/electricity_in_canada_snapshot_Demand_2009.html/.
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=== Power Generation Information ===
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Solar thermal feasibility study for California by Black & Veatch with NREL http://www.trec-uk.org.uk/reports/NREL_CSP_2006.pdf
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[[Category:Queens_Applied_Sustainability_Group]] [[Category:MECH425-Users]] [[Category:Engineering]] [[Category:Sustainable business practices]]

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About Me[edit | edit source]

I am a Mechanical and Materials Engineering student at Queen's University, graduating in 2010. My interests lie primarily in the area of sustainable development, particularly in consulting and strategic advice. I have been employed at Queen's University as a Research Assistant in Applied Sustainability and spent two summers at a major Canadian utility.

I will post useful information for users interested in applied sustainability and energy below. In addition, I have contributed significantly to two literature reviews, one about deployment of renewable energy technologies to mitigate climate change, and the other about the fascinating history of the (somewhat unfeasible) Energy Theory of Value.

Resources[edit | edit source]

This section contains resources useful to others working on similar projects.

Electricity Generation in Canada[edit | edit source]

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/57-204-x/57-204-x2003000-eng.pdf

Statistics Canada summary of power generation (by type and province) for Canada in 2003. Wikipedia summary can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_sector_in_Canada. Updated overview can be found at http://canelect.ca/en/electricityincanada/electricity_in_canada_snapshot_Demand_2009.html/.

Power Generation Information[edit | edit source]

Solar thermal feasibility study for California by Black & Veatch with NREL http://www.trec-uk.org.uk/reports/NREL_CSP_2006.pdf