Clean Energy Research Grant Update – 2016 Alumni

Clean Energy Research Grant Update – 2016 Alumni

To kick off 2021, we are spotlighting a former TLCERF grant awardee, Matthieu Boudreau, who was the successfully chosen candidate in 2016. Matthieu was a mechanical engineering PhD student at the Université Laval, where he also received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, researching a clean and renewable technology for energy extraction from river or tidal currents. Matthieu also spent a…

Clean Energy Research Grant – 2019 Recap

Clean Energy Research Grant – 2019 Recap

This past year has certainly been a challenging time, but despite the various interruptions due to COVID-19, it has been a productive year for our 2019 TLCERF grant recipients. Each of the three candidates has made the Foundation proud, with their achievements over the past year and we look forward to their future success in the field of clean and…

2020 TLCERF Grants Awarded!

2020 TLCERF Grants Awarded!

Although 2020 has been a challenging year all across the world, with graduate students at most Universities across the country having to adjust their plans and transition to remote work and research, this year’s round of grant applications were once again stacked with accomplished and impressive candidates. Once again, this year saw a diverse scope of projects and post-secondary institutions,…

2019 TLCERF Grants Awarded

2019 TLCERF Grants Awarded

Building on the Foundation’s growth from last year, three grants have once again been awarded to deserving clean energy research projects being undertaken by accomplished graduate students across Canada. This year saw a large number of applications from a diverse range of projects and post-secondary institutions, with almost every province being represented. The Foundation’s grant advisors, with help from the…

Clean Energy Research Grant – 2018 Recap

Clean Energy Research Grant – 2018 Recap

Another successful year is in the books for the Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Research Foundation. The past year has been marked with a lot of great highlights, including over $20,000 raised at the Ride for Clean Energy (fourth consecutive year), as well as an all-time high number of awarded grants. For the 2018 round of applications, three candidates were chosen…

2019 Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Grant Application Open

2019 Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Grant Application Open

The 2019 Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Research Grant application is now available for download and submission. 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. Last year proved to be an impressive year for applications, both in quality and quantity. Applications…

2018 TLCERF Grants Awarded!

2018 TLCERF Grants Awarded!

Over the last several years, the Foundation has grown tremendously and as a result has been able to expand its support it is able to provide to deserving clean energy projects being undertaken by talented graduate research students across Canada. With a record number of applicants, composed of a diverse range of high calibre projects from the widest range of…

2017 Clean Energy Research Grant Recap

2017 Clean Energy Research Grant Recap

It has once again been a successful year for the Tyler Lewis Clean Energy Research Foundation. Not only did the Ride for Clean Energy raise over $20,000 for its third consecutive year, but we were fortunate enough to be able to award two research grants for the first time in the Foundation’s history. With the growth of the Foundation came…

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…