Centre for Urban Energy (CUE)

Based at Toronto Metropolitan University, the Centre for Urban Energy (CUE) is an academic-industry partnership that is exploring, developing and commercializing sustainable, innovative, cost-effective, and practical clean energy solutions and technologies.

CUE convenes industry partners, government partners, and top researchers from across Canada and from around the world to undertake a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to the study of urban energy.

CUE combines engineering, science, environmental issues and infrastructure management to tackle immediate challenges such as the development of clean energy technologies; the advancement of smart grid technologies; the integration of energy storage, electric vehicles and renewables; energy conservation and demand management; alternative local energy generation; carbon footprint reduction; and net-zero buildings and infrastructure.


Toronto Metropolitan University
350 Victoria Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5B 2K3

Areas of Expertise

Climate change
Energy conservation
Demand management
Energy efficiency
Electric vehicles
Electricity planning
Net-zero buildings
Energy policy and regulation
Renewable energy sources
Smart grids
Energy storage
Energy transmission and distribution


Process R&D
Facility Access & Testing

Contact Information

Website: https://www.ryerson.ca/cue/

General Email: cueinfo@ryerson.ca

Twitter: @RyersonCUE

LinkedIn: Ryerson Centre for Urban Energy

Published: September 26, 2021

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