"Green Energy and Fuel Production From Decentralized Sustainable Technologies in Next Generation Cities"

This research finds that decentralized energy systems running with renewable sources would be the best option to fight climate change and global warming and have a more sustainable future. To address the issues mentioned above, we propose an innovative cycle by combining local CHP systems that produce heat and electricity simultaneously and bio-electrochemical reactors that treat wastewater and generate electricity, hydrogen, and methane at the same time. Outputs of our cycle will cover a proportion of heating and electrical demands of residential or non-residential buildings in urban areas. like at Concordia University.

Themes: Energy, Resources & Technology, Waste

Hadis Montazerinejad and Narges Rahimi

PhD, Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science