UOIT opens Clean Energy Research Laboratory

September 8, 2010

On Tuesday, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology officially opened its multi-million dollar Clean Energy Research Laboratory (CERL) at the north Oshawa campus. The facility is home to the first lab-scale demonstration of a copper-chlorine cycle for thermochemical water splitting and nuclear hydrogen production. CERL's mission is to develop clean energy technologies and move them from laboratory to commercial and industrial application. UOIT News Release