CSEE 2022 Annual Report
Your Society achieved several significant accomplishments in 2022. We weathered the storm of COVID and emerged in
U of C PES Industry Mixer
The University of Calgary's Petroleum & Energy Society (PES) held its winter session industry mixer on March
Massive Open Online Course -teaching about the challenges of energy transition
Discussion and dialogue with Academia, Stakeholders and Government
The aim of the Canadian Society for Evolving Energy (CSEE) is to advance both the science and technology required to make Canada a global leader in sustainable and efficient energy. The Society accomplishes this through knowledge sharing, collaboration and integration between all stakeholders; industry, academic institutions, government, indigenous groups, other associations, and the public at large.
Navigating Change Through Collaboration
What Our Members Say About Us
“Brad, Over the holidays, I completed your course in Energy Transition. It is an outstanding course and an important contribution to the debates around energy transition. I learned a great deal about the complexity of energy transition and the many moving pieces that we need to come together to make it a reality. The course is engaging and accessible to the non-expert.
Thank you for creating the course and making it freely available to the public. It’s a wonderful example of U of A’s leadership in the field of energy research and our commitment to community engagement and robust public policy debate. I do hope our paths will cross soon, and I can thank you in person.”
“Thanks again for everything. That was one of the best courses I have taken. If it is ever offered again, shoot me a note, because I know I could get 3 or 4 guys going, plus myself. Excellent job! It was an enriching field trip, and very much appreciated!”
“It is always great when I can have CSEE come and speak to one of the synergy groups I work with. I can count on them for information that is relevant, factual, and delivered in a fashion that is easily understood by our members.”