Steven Wong has been a researcher with the Government of Canada’s Department of Natural Resources in the CanmetENERGY laboratory since 2010. Within, he is a member of the Renewable Energy Integration Group whose activities include working with partners in government, industry, and academia to “act as a supplier and catalyst for a sustainable energy future for Canada.” Dr. Wong obtained a Master’s of Management Sciences in 2005 and a PhD in Electrical Engineering (power systems) in 2009 from the University of Waterloo, where he pursued studies in electric power systems and operations research. At CanmetENERGY, his responsibilities include managing and conducting research studies and facilitating relationships between industry, academics, and government. His research experience spans the fields of renewable integration and smart grid, including distribution, bulk, and remote community system operation, electric and thermal storage, wind and solar generation, and innovative energy markets. He also serves as an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Waterloo.
- Policy Assessment
- None specified
To come up with solutions to remove techno-economic barriers to the integration of renewable energies.
|Electric Water Heater Operations||Modelling project|
|New Brunswick Power System||Model|
|Residential Heating and Thermal Storage||Model|