A leading institution in energy research, Ontario Tech University attracts top students to study in the fields of nuclear, mechanical, electrical and software engineering, materials science, chemistry and more.
Offering Canada’s first and only Bachelor of Engineering in Nuclear Engineering, the university is home to the Department of Energy and Nuclear Engineering within the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. Ontario Tech engineers are developing innovative materials and enabling technology that is key to our future electrical grid, microgrids, and energy systems. Their researchers have made major scholarly contributions to forms of clean energy such as biofuels, fuel cells, geothermal, and solar. Ontario Tech is a Canadian leader in Hydrogen research.
Further to this vision, Ontario Tech University has established TALENT, a workforce planning and development business, to transform Ontario’s workforce by creating talent flows in key sectors impacted by digital transformation. TALENT develops industry-approved microcredentials to prepare Ontarian’s for high-growth careers of the future.