This summer 2019, AE4H is hosting the second ever innovation lab. Professionals from all over the world who work in Universities, Private Sector, Social Enterprises, Public Sector, Government, NGOs and Non-Profits work together to tackle the sustainable energy access.
This summer 2019, AE4H is hosting the second ever innovation lab. Professionals from all over the world who work in Universities, Private Sector, Social Enterprises, Public Sector, Government, NGOs and Non-Profits work together to tackle the challenge of sustainable energy access. To learn more about the participants check out the event webpage.
The ‘innovation lab’ is a non-traditional workshop format wherein participants focus on what they want to do next and how they might work together,…
There are 11 new positions and scholarships for the Fall 2019 term, hiring is happening now!
Queen Elizabeth Scholars for Energy Access internship program has 11 new positions for the Fall 2019 term! Join AE4H manager Nigel Moore for an information session on May 23rd or check out the positions here. Waterloo co-op students can apply on Waterloo works, search for "QES" to find all the listed positions. Additionally, due to the AE4H Innovation Lab happening the same week as interviews, the company employers will be Waterloo doing in person interviews for the positions!
Energy Access Innovation Lab Side Event
Hosted by Affordable Energy for Humanity (AE4H)
About the Conference:
The International Conference on Solar Technologies & Hybrid Mini Grids to Improve Energy Access brings together practitioners from the industry, academia and development institutions working in the field of decentralized energy. The conference will cover technical, business and management aspects of solar technologies and mini grids with the aim of sharing experiences,…
UW co-op student with an interest in renewable energy and working abroad? Join AE4H manager Nigel Moore for an information session about upcoming funded international work term opportunities on Friday May 18th.
Duration:Part time (~10 hrs/week), May-August 2018
Job Location: Remote
Software Engineer/Developer Intern
Energy Action Partners (EAP), a nonprofit organization with offices in Boston and Kuala Lumpur, has developed a software tool for collaborative design of renewable energy microgrids, called the The Minigrid Game. The Game is a multi-user, networked, simulation game that is used by rural communities and microgrid developers to jointly determine key design parameters for a microgrid and to build local management capacity.
UW students tackling energy poverty win big at start-up competition with their new venture 'Circadian Energy'
By Brian Caldwell Faculty of Engineering
A sense of purpose trumped flat-out fun when four mechatronics engineering students finally settled on a project to cap their undergraduate years at the University of Waterloo.
Now they have confirmation it was the right way to go.
John Curticapean, Ben Hudson, Tony Qu and Malcolm Williams took one of six $10,000 prizes this week as student startups pitched their business ideas at the Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Awards for Capstone Design competition.
Uche Onuora is the Co-Founder of HITCH, a start-up out of Velocity, a leading entrepreneurship program at the University of Waterloo. HITCH has developed technology to provide internet services in rural Africa, where broadband data is increadibly expensive. MEDA is excited about this emerging technology and the opportunity to explore its use in upcoming projects.
To a casual observer skimming news headlines it may appear that the world is…
If the old adage is true and necessity is the mother of invention, then ingenuity must surely be the father.
Globally, 1.2 billion people live without access to electricity. To overcome the decades-old challenges that developing regions face, solutions must not only address today’s needs but also create a bridge toward…
Tuesday March 13, 2018
Forty University of Waterloo students will have the opportunity to travel to Africa, Latin America, and Asia to develop innovative technologies to help deliver energy solutions to impoverished communities around the world.
Funded by a $300,000 award through the Queen Elizabeth Scholars (QES) program, the students will receive a $6,000 to $8,000 scholarship and have access to a range of leadership and networking activities provided through the Affordable Energy for Humanity Initiative (AE4H).…
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