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Energy transition workshop explores meaningful engagement between researchers, Indigenous communities and industry – McMaster University

May 23, 2024

As Canada and First Nations look to a future of achieving safe, reliable and zero-emission energy, collaboration with residents from northern and remote communities is key to exploring viable and long-lasting solutions. The need to build relationships and mutual understanding inspired a two-day Community Energy Transition Workshop at McMaster University on May 6 and 7.

The workshop was delivered by a team of McMaster staff and researchers, led by Engineering Physics professor Dave Novog, whose expertise is in new and existing nuclear deployments, safety and developing advanced tools for reaction monitoring and inspection.

McMaster and its co-host, First Nations Power Authority (FNPA), welcomed 50 attendees from Indigenous communities, government labs and academia across Canada.

Read More: https://brighterworld.mcmaster.ca/articles/energy-transition-workshop-explores-meaningful-engagement-between-researchers-indigenous-communities/

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