To meet the carbon emission reduction targets set out in the Paris Agreement and avoid the most devastating consequences of climate change, a transition to clean energy is required. In this stream of research, we investigate how digital technologies support this transition by helping to change individual behaviours, enabling utilities to leverage the smart grid, reducing energy demands of businesses, and informing policy makers. Funding for this research is provided by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
Chris Emmanuel Tchatchoung Wanko
Intelligent approaches for achieving energy well-being (and eliminating energy poverty)
Clean energy solutions in greenhouses from a socio-technical-ecological perspective
Factors influencing the adoption of electric vehicles and the electrification of transportation
The influence of artificial intelligence and algorithmic management on workers and work in the energy sector
I am honoured to be recognized with the Outstanding Reviewer Award for 2022 from the journal Energy …