Our three pillars
Research, testing and consulting
Projects and reports are often completed in collaboration with — or sponsored by — government and industry partners.
Testing of products or prototypes takes place at a world-class university, using state-of-the-art equipment.
Consulting projects draw on our capacity for multidisciplinary collaborations between industry professionals and academic researchers, as well as access to our unique lab spaces.
Professional development is offered through a formalized curriculum and an executive education seminar series.
As part of TMU’s Zone Learning ecosystem and housed in CUE, CEZ is a startup incubator focused on fostering innovative ideas and businesses in the clean and sustainable energy sector.
CUE’s focus areas are climate change, microgrids, demand management, efficiency, electricity planning, hydrogen, conservation, electric vehicles, net zero buildings, policy and regulation, renewables, smart grids, storage, transmission and distribution, and transactive energy.
CUE combines the perspectives of engineering, science, environmental studies, business, social sciences, public policy, law and infrastructure management.