Four part webinar series exploring carbon capture and conversion implementations and challenges associated with the sector.
UBC Renewable Energy Hub
New $23 million renewable energy hub at UBC that will include a water electrolyzer to produce "Green" Hydrogen for use at the fueling station in the installment. As part of the plan there will also be a solar array installed to provide power to the hydrogen electrolyzer.
Campus as a Living Lab (CLL)
Campus as a living lab aims to make a carbon capture and conversion ecosystem at UBC and beyond. The project will advance the strategic priority area of Climate Action through education and research focused on GHG emissions reductions. The project will also advance UBC’s research excellence by connecting a collaborative cluster of Carbon Capture & Conversion (CCC) researchers with local governments in the region (e.g. Metro Vancouver) and Small-to-Medium Enterprises (e.g. Clean O2) developing CCC technology to enhance knowledge exchange.
Clean Energy Research Centre (CERC) Carbon Cluster
UBC CERC is leading initiatives in carbon capture, separation, sequestration, and conversion to address the climate challenge through leveraging a wealth of knowledge and resources.
The Atlas of Canada - Clean Energy Resources and Projects (CERP)
The CERP map from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) outlines current and future projects in the clean energy sector in Canada including CCUS projects.
The CCUS atlas includes carbon sources, storage areas, and current projects in the CCUS sector.