Myriam is a master’s student in urban studies at INRS, and she holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from the Université de Sherbrooke. Her thesis focuses on shared geothermal energy projects in urban areas and more specifically on the processes that influence their implementation. Under the supervision of Sophie L. Van Neste, this thesis is part of the Aquifroid research project on the potential of open-loop geothermal energy in Canada, directed by Professor Jasmin Raymond of the Water, Land and Environment Centre of INRS.
- Motivations for ‘community’ geothermal energy initiatives in Montreal
Proulx, Myriam and Van Neste, Sophie L. Motivations for ‘community’ geothermal energy initiatives in Montreal, Accepted with modification in Local energy communities, Routledge, edited by Debizet, Gilles, Pappalardo, Marta and Frédéric Wurtz.
- Summary of the Atelier Lachine-Est Mobility working group
(2020). A collaboration of Concert’Action Lachine and Labo Climat Montréal. (Alice Bonneau, Michel Rochefort, Sophie L. Van Neste, Myriam Grondin) https://www.concertactionlachine.com/gr-travail-thematiques
- Summary of the Atelier Lachine-Est Ecological Innovations working group
(2020) A collaboration of Concert'Action Lachine and Labo Climat Montréal (Alice Bonneau, Sophie L. Van Neste, Myriam Grondin). https://www.concertactionlachine.com/gr-travail-thematiques
- Shared geothermal energy projects in Montreal: the importance of pre-existing collective action spaces
Proulx, M. et Van Neste, S. L. 2022. Shared geothermal energy projects in Montreal: the importance of pre-existing collective action spaces. In Local energy communities : practices, regulation, cooperation and decision support tools in fully electrified areas, Ed. Debizet, G, Papparlardo, M andWurtz, F. Routledge, p.49-66.
- La géothermie partagée en milieu urbain au Québec : une transition enfouie sous terre?
- Geothermal energy in visions of energy transition : a social science & urban studies perspective
- Social expectations and meanings of the contribution of “community” geothermal projects in the urban energy transition in Montreal
- Community geothermal energy and just urban energy transitions