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With Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan scheduled for release in 2017 and the recent launch of the Climate Change Action Plan, the Ontario energy system stands at a critical crossroads. As the province begins to develop the components that make up Ontario’s energy future, the crucial question is… do the puzzle pieces fit?Join us to hear from political decision makers, industry experts and leaders in innovation as they engage in lively discussions on timely policy issues and the politics of energy.
Dates: September 27, 2016 to September 28, 2016

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The Canadian Electricity Sector at a Crossroads: Exploring Alternative Paths
This CERI conference aims to provide a forum of key industry players, public policy makers, and the general public to explore challenges and opportunities that the Canadian electricity sector is facing over the next three decades.
Dates: October 3, 2016 to October 4, 2016

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With new policies that address climate change and economic diversification, the Canadian western provinces provide a unique opportunity for renewable energy companies, particularly solar energy.  See what the excitement is all about, do not miss Solar West 2016!
•    Hear first-hand about new policies and market dynamics evolving in Western Canada.
•    Shake hands with policy makers from all levels of government, solar energy professionals and other important stakeholders.
Dates: October 5, 2016 to October 7, 2016

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This year's event will feature several keynote speakers, plenary and educational sessions that will address the key issues facing the waterpower industry today! The POWC is the largest gathering of the hydroelectric sector in Canada. Don't miss this opportunity to meet and network with industry experts and key decision makers.

Dates: October 17, 2016 to October 19, 2016 Contact Name: Janelle Bates, Conference and Events Manager
Contact Number: 866-743-1500 ex
Contact Email: jbates@owa.ca

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The Industrial Application of Gas Turbines (IAGT) Committee was formed in 1973 and is a Technical Advisory Group to Canadian industry and government. The group provides a forum for communication of new technology developments related to gas turbines used for pipeline compressors, combined cycle power, and various cogeneration and district energy systems.

The IAGT Committee is organizing a 2-day Fall workshop with Federal government participation.  Sessions will describe the continued potential for these types of cleaner and reliable distributed energy systems across Canada, with expanding linkages among natural gas, renewable energy production and bio-energy.

Topics will inclue:

  • Gas Turbine System Basics       
  • Environmental Solutions and Efficiency
  • Clean Energy from Renewables & Natural Gas   
  • A Plant Tour of Siemens Energy
  • Process Integration and New Cycles  
  • Fuel Flexibility and Bio-Energy Systems

Dates: October 17, 2016 to October 18, 2016 Contact Name: Tracy Collins
Contact Email: help@canavents.com

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Uniquely focused on Canada’s wind energy market, the event provides a venue for more than 1,500 industry leaders and decision-makers to make connections, discuss the latest developments, learn about leading edge technology, and identify opportunities for future growth.

Now is the ideal time to increase your involvement in this powerhouse industry. And attending the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) Annual Conference & Exhibition is the best way to make that happen. For more information on how you can participate at this event, visit our website.
Dates: November 1, 2016 to November 3, 2016

APPrO2016_button_revised_ck.jpg The 28th Annual Canadian Power Conference & Networking Centre
Metro Toronto Convention Centre | South Building, Level 700 | Toronto, Canada

New technology is coming into the power system. New players are moving in and new business drivers are taking over. Generators will make new allies and confront new competitors. Transmission and distribution utilities will be re-shaped and create new opportunities.  Regulatory rules and public policy will be challenged to keep pace. Omni-channel relationships will be central to every business model. APPrO 2016 is where leading players will form their plans and address what’s needed to thrive in the power market ahead.

Hear the industry's top experts pinpoint their key issues. Participate in the interactive panels and discussions. Check out the Power Networking Centre featuring select exhibiting sponsors, along with dedicated, unique and diverse networking opportunities. This year we welcome the Symposium on Creative Disruption, which will highlight the latest developments in technology, finance and business impacting the energy sector.

Don't miss a moment. #APPrO2016
Dates: November 15, 2016 to November 16, 2016
Download PDF Contact Number: 416-322-6549
Contact Email: appro@appro.org

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The Canadian solar energy market is growing rapidly. Provincial governments and consumers are focusing more on renewable energy in an effort to lower greenhouse gases and utilize more affordable sources of energy. This has created a tremendous opportunity for companies to expand their market presence in Canada. Solar Canada Conference & Exposition 2016 will provide an excellent platform to connect with industry professionals and get established in this growing market.

Dates: December 5, 2016 to December 6, 2016

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The IESO and the Ministry of Energy, together with MaRS Advanced Energy Centre, will host an international conference for leaders in the energy industry. This is a forum to discuss the changing nature of technology and consumer demand and its implications for policy, regulation and operations. The summit will feature keynotes from leading experts and debate sessions where viewpoints are presented and discussed in detail. Keynote speeches and panels will focus on three major topics: maintaining reliability in an evolving grid, carbon pricing and opportunities for electrification, and the utility model. More information is available at the website listed below.
Dates: May 24, 2017 to May 26, 2017