Cleantech Canada

Cleantech Canada
Student Energy

Student Energy

April 03, 2014 11:31 ET

Cleantech Canada Partnering With Student Energy

Publication will highlight the global youth energy movement

TORONTO, ONTARIO and CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - April 3, 2014) - Cleantech Canada, an online publication focused on the clean technology sector, is partnering with Student Energy, a global non-profit organization creating a movement of young leaders committed to a sustainable energy future.

The partnership involves content-sharing, and working collaboratively on a number of editorial initiatives across online, radio, multimedia and print channels.

The publication will carry articles written by post-secondary and graduate students around the world, focused on the innovative research and technology driving a cleaner energy future.

"Student Energy is incredibly excited and optimistic about this partnership. Cleantech Canada is an excellent way to feature the outstanding work of students who will drive the cleantech sector in Canada, and beyond. It will take bold, innovative ideas from all generations to tackle our global energy challenges and these are exactly the type of projects we'll be showcasing with Cleantech Youth," said Sean Collins, co-founder of Student Energy.

Student Energy has launched the partnership with a profile on Zakir I. Hussein, founder and CEO of Organo Group, a Calgary-based liquid waste handling company focused on Canada's biofuels market:

The Cleantech Youth profiles will showcase entrepreneurial success strategies for growth in the clean energy market.

Visit to learn more; and follow @CleantechCAN.

Find Student Energy at; and follow @StudentEnergy.

About Cleantech Canada

Cleantech Canada is an online publication owned by Business Information Group, and JuneWarren-Nickle's Energy Group, Canada's largest publishers of trade and energy magazines and directories. Visit and for more information.

About Student Energy

Student Energy is global non-profit committed to transitioning the world to a sustainable energy future through educating, inspiring, and uniting the next generation of energy leaders. Student Energy has 31,000+ students from 80 countries in its network. Student Energy achieves its mission through a series of elite global conferences, youth capacity building and the full suite of energy literacy information.

Visit to learn more about the organization's initiatives, values and leadership team.

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