Simon Fraser University unveils new sustainable energy engineering building | GBRI


Simon Fraser University (SFU) recently expanded its campus in Surrey, British Columbia (Canada) by introducing a $126 million new building dedicated to sustainable energy engineering.

The new building will accommodate over 400 new full-time student spaces and sits adjacent to the current SFU campus at Surrey’s Central City Mall.

Premier John Horgan told an audience at the official opening of the five-storey building that students will learn skills to help them contribute toward British Columbia’s low-carbon economy.

Treasury Board President Joyce Murray, who completed an executive MBA at the university, says SFU can now expand its research in energy, hydrogen, electricity and liquefied natural gas sectors in an effort to find sustainable energy solutions that would affect all countries.

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