Written by: Tait Seguin My name is Tait Seguin, I am 26 years old and I am proud to have finally completed a long term personal goal of earning a university degree. I am now an official graduate of Carleton University’s Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering (SREE) program. I often reflect on my journey making it to this point, especially considering the amount of time that has passed since I enrolled in my first university
The AEE Canada East is extremely pleased to celebrate the two first ever recipients of the AEE Canada East Founders Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to two students in the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering program at Carleton University. Please join us in congratulating the recipients for the 2020-2021 academic year; Tait Seguin and Steve Tshimanga. If you’re interested in following Tait and Steve by studying in this fantastic program you can find more
Written by: Steve Tshimanga I understand there’s a path that I can boldly walk on and a community that will support my vision of low carbon energy systems for non-developed countries as well. My name is Steve Tshimanga and I grew up in the city of Mbuji-Mayi located in central Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This city was renowned for the presence of an important diamond deposit which was exploited by the MIBA Mining Company. Since most of the electricity
After a website rebuild the membership signup functionality is FINALLY back up and running. Sorry for any inconvenience. We’re looking forward to welcoming new members to our quickly growing community. You can register for chapter membership at: https://www.aeecanadaeast.org/membership-join/ 2020 will be a great year.
Early on in the establishment of the AEE Canada East chapter it was felt that in addition to achieving our overall mission, it was important to contribute to the development of the next generation of energy management/renewable energy professionals. When we began to solicit corporate partners to sponsor and support the development and operation of our chapter, we made a portion of those funds designated for scholarships. Scholarships represent an opportunity to help provide financial