Concordia, Cégep de Shawinigan to collaborate on a “thematic campus” focused on energy transition


Concordia University has partnered with the City of Shawinigan and the Cégep de Shawinigan’s Centre National en électrochimie et en Technologies Environnementales (CNETE) to create a thematic campus focused on energy transition. The campus will address climate change by fostering research, development, innovation, and education and training in areas related to the energy transition such as energy systems, electrochemistry, and next-generation batteries. “This exceptional synergy will enable the development of high-quality training programs and applied research,” said CNETE Director Nancy Déziel. “We are convinced that our complementary expertise will ensure we accelerate the innovative processes and products brought to market, thus making Quebec more competitive.”