Living Energy Lab     

The Queen’s Living Energy Lab studies the social and technological barriers that must be overcome in order to achieve widespread market acceptance of residential energy conserving systems and technologies. Two upgraded student rental homes will be occupied by tenants and energy consumption will be monitored by different metering systems.

Website: http://www.innovationpark.ca/organization/queens-living-energy-lab

Contact: Angel Schur, 613-533-6000 x 79345 

Queen's-RMC Fuel Cell Research Centre

Canada's leading university-based research and development organization in partnership with industry dedicated to advancing the knowledge base for addressing the key technology challenges to the adoption of fuel cell applications.

Website: http://www.fcrc.ca/

Contact:  Dr. Jon Pharoah pharoah@me.queensu.ca

Paleoecological Environmental Assessment and Research Laboratory (PEARL)        

PEARL is a group of about 30 research scientists, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, and other scientists dedicated to using paleolimnological techniques to provide historical perspectives to environmental change

Website: http://post.queensu.ca/~pearl/people.htm

People           

Pascale Champagne

Dr. Pascale Champagne — Associate ProfessorDepartment of Civil Engineering and a leading researcher in environmental engineering — is developing a process to extract useable organic materials from waste biomass, such as livestock manure and forestry residue, and convert them into valuable chemicals and sources of energy, like biofuel.

Website: http://www.queensu.ca/research/environment/champagne

Contact: champagne@civil.queensu.ca