Energy, environmental and economic policies, with a focus on renewables
Michael Lim is working on his MPP in Public Policy with Prof. Winter at the University of Calgary.
He received his BSc (Hon) (2015) (First Class Honours) in Chemistry at the University of Calgary. Michael is interested in energy, environmental and economic policies, with a focus on renewables. He is particularly interested in the Alberta energy market and participates in local policy symposiums with the CD Howe Institute and Alberta Chamber of Resources. Michael is also the recipient of numerous academic awards and scholarships. During his undergraduate studies, he conducted an NSERC-funded research project exploring energy storage materials, namely redox flow battery applications for grid-level electricity storage.
Michael is bilingual (English and Korean) and possesses dual citizenship (Canada and South Korea).
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