ICE Harvest Team Receives $2.7M Grant

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The MIES has received $2.7M from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and the Ministry of Research and Innovation and Science (MRIS) to fund the Integrated Community Energy and Harvesting Systems (ICE-Harvest) project. The three year research project will utilize the Gerald Hatch Centre energy systems labotory to develop design tools that will help create sustainable communities of the future. The team, led by Dr. James Cotton, will begin research in the new year and will be using the MIES’s website to communicate both analytics and potential colaborative opportunities. Any questions regarding the project can be directed to Hatch Centre Project Coordinator Kelton Friedrich ( and for more information regarding the GHG grant, please see the articles below.

Government of Ontario Backgrounder 

Government of Ontario Announcement

McMaster Engineering Article

Hamilton Spectator Article