Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Dalhousie University
Lukas Swan was first introduced to renewable energy and battery electric vehicles while growing up in California. “I became fascinated with energy use, saw a unique role for my skills, and applied them to batteries for grid storage,” he says.
Wind, solar and tidal-generated electricity have different — but potentially complimentary — cyclic times, which creates some interesting possibilities. This project looks at how best to meet Nova Scotia’s electricity load requirements through a combination of energy storage, intermittent renewable energy output, thermal and hydro generation.
Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Dalhousie University. Research Associate in Dr. Etienne Mfoumou’s Applied Research Engineered Technologies Lab at the Nova Scotia Community College.
Growing up, Cameroon native Jordan Kamga longed to know more about the inner workings of the stuff he encountered in his daily life. It’s a desire that helped set him on the path he’s on today.