Contributor – University of Calgary
Cameron joined CESAR and The Transition Accelerator as an energy systems analyst to help create a hydrogen economy in Canada. He has performed techno-economic and life-cycle analysis of a variety of pathways to produce green and blue hydrogen. He has analyzed different pathways for delivering hydrogen to connect supply and demand in hydrogen hubs. He has performed market analysis of hydrogen use in a variety energy markets, including power generation, replacement of natural gas for heat, and power generation for a variety of innovation funds. He hopes his work will lead to the development of projects that convert Canada’s resources into sustainable energy.
He has a Chemical Engineering and Management double-major bachelor’s degree from McMaster University, a Master’s degree in Sustainable Energy Development from University of Calgary, and is registered as a Professional Engineer with APEGA. He has 10 years of process engineering and project development experience in Alberta’s energy sector.