Ride for Clean Energy Registration Closing June 30 – Register Today!

Ride for Clean Energy Registration Closing June 30 – Register Today!

The 2019 Ride for Clean Energy rider registration is soon coming to a close. The last chance to sign up to ride will be on Sunday June 30th. Please visit the Ride for Clean Energy website (“Registration” tab) for more information or to register (www.rideforcleanenergy.com). The Ride for Clean Energy is the Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Research Foundation’s sole supporting…

TLCERF Represented at International Conference

TLCERF Represented at International Conference

This past June, one of the Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Research Foundation 2017 grant awardees, Leah Ellis, presented her work at the International Meeting on Lithium-Ion Batteries in Kyoto, Japan. The international conference hosted talks by world famous scientists and leaders within the lithium-ion battery industry. Leah presented a poster highlighting her work dedicated to new techniques for analysing electrolytes…

2018 Grant Application Now Open!

2018 Grant Application Now Open!

The 2018 Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Research Grant application is now available for access. If you are a prospective grant recipient or interested in learning more about application procedures, eligibility and/or selection criteria, please visit the GRANTS > HOW TO APPLY page. On this page you can also download the application form. Growing on the success of 2016, we received…

Lynn V. Prindle BS, DVM

Lynn V. Prindle BS, DVM

Director. ynn spent her childhood and early adult years in rural Michigan.  She attended Michigan State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences in 1979 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1983.  She began veterinary practice in Michigan and continued it in British Columbia after marrying Graham Lewis in 1984.  Following the birth of…

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Graham T. Lewis DVM, DACVO

Graham T. Lewis DVM, DACVO

Director. Graham was born in New Brunswick and raised on a family dairy farm. Following high school graduation, he attended the Nova Scotia Agricultural College then was admitted to the Ontario Veterinary College where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1968. He practiced general veterinary medicine in Alberta and Maple Ridge, British Columbia. In 1979 he entered specialty…

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