Justin Deveau, MASc

Justin graduated with an MASc focused on the storage of renewable energy in 2016. After completing two years as an R&D Engineer with SolBird Energy in Alberta, he works for the federal government.

His primary research involves the various methods of lead-acid battery formation and determining the optimal method for applications in photovoltaic energy storage.

Justin’s hometown is Fredericton, NB, where he graduated from the University of New Brunswick with his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He has always been interested in sources of renewable energies throughout his degree. His senior design project comprised of the modeling and study of a tidal turbine farm using Computational Fluid Dynamics in the Bay of Fundy. During his degree, he also obtained a wide variety of industrial experience, ranging from placements at Procter & Gamble in Belleville, to Suncor Energy in Fort McMurray.

In his spare time, he is involved with the New Brunswick Chess Association, where he coaches the scholastic team. He also loves the outdoors, where he can often be found biking the local singletrack trails, kayaking, or hiking.