Marilys Clément, M. Sc.
Project Manager, Research and Innovation
As a specialist in meteorology as it relates to wind power in cold climates, Marilys leverages her know-how in atmospheric physics to skillfully overcome the inherent challenges in wind energy production in cold climates and complex terrain. Although her initial focus area of theoretical climate change research has since evolved to encompass a search for concrete solutions such as renewable energy integration, she remains deeply drawn to climate-related issues.
As a research and innovation project manager, she has had the opportunity to lead and take part in numerous research projects aiming to improve modelling for wind energy. In addition to developing an ice and energy loss model (GPEO), Marilys has also made noteworthy contributions to several projects related to the processing, analysis and evaluation of climatic and meteorological models.
Marilys holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in atmospheric sciences from the Université du Québec à Montréal.