On Friday, July 26, 2019, Catherine McKenna, minister of Environment and Climate Change visited the Carleton University campus to announce that Cynthia Cruickshank has received $5.1 million in funding from the NRCan Energy Innovation Program and the Ontario Research Fund (ORF) to develop new building envelope technologies that make Canada’s buildings more energy efficient and less greenhouse gas intensive.
It was also announced that Burak Gunay and fellow researchers Liam O’Brien and Scott Bucking have received $510,000 in funding from the NRCan Green Infrastructure Fund to develop new data-mining tools that will improve building energy efficiency, occupant comfort, health, and workplace productivity.
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