Dalhousie University is set to electrify Canada’s EV battery sector, launching a $13.5-million R&D facility, the Canadian Battery Innovation Centre (CBIC), and a Master of Battery Technology program. Spearheaded by leading researchers like Michael Metzger, these initiatives address the soaring demand for expertise in an industry expected to grow exponentially.
With partnerships with Tesla and Novonix, Dalhousie’s cutting-edge research and education efforts are aimed at filling the talent gap in the EV battery market. This development is crucial for Canada’s positioning in the global energy system and the burgeoning green economy.
The CBIC will be a pivotal resource for academia and industry, fostering innovation in battery technology. Dalhousie’s forward-thinking approach is a beacon for sustainable energy solutions and industry growth.
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