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Dates: 01 September 2016 To 31 December 2020
CUEE 2018 - Canadian Utilities Equipment & Engineering Show

International Centre in Mississauga

CUEE is your one-stop-shop for everything utility related! With over 150 unique exhibitors  showcasing products and services relevant to the utility sector, come see and demo the newest and most innovative equipment, tools and products first-hand!

Discover state-of-the-art products and services that can increase your company’s productivity, achieve operational efficiencies and boost profitability. With over 100,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibit space, CUEE showcases over 45 different categories of products and services relevant to the utility sector. CUEE 2018 will exhibit over 150 different categories of products and services relevant to the utility sector.

Register now  to ensure your company is keeping up with the latest industry trends.

Dates: 11 September 2018 To 12 September 2018
Solar Finance & Investment Canada

Courtyard Marriott Toronto Downtown, 475 Yonge St, Toronto

•             Learn from local government official on the subsidies and tax breaks still in place by province
•             Hear from asset owners and investors on the best way to structure solar investment.
•             Network with companies in all aspects of the industry- from EPCs and developers to legal consultants, manufacturers, equity providers, and banks.
•             Join interactive round tables, panels, and discussions with like minded peers and competitors and get updated on the latest industry trends.
Exclusive Audience: Designed specifically to encourage development in not one province, but Canada as a whole, our programme will present the most effective financial and legal strategies to make solar projects of all sizes not only financially feasible, but profitable- with the participation of banks, investors, asset owners, and local government representatives.

SAVE 25% with code APPRO25

Dates: 18 September 2018 To 18 September 2018
Energy Storage in Canada Conference: Powering Up 2018

Bram and Bluma Appel Salon (at the Toronto Public Library)

This is the largest conference in Canada solely focused on energy storage.  Our annual conference brings together the latest in what’s happening in energy storage across Canada. Find out what’s driving the market today and connect with leaders in the industry. Energy storage is an energy solution that is optimizing our energy systems and offering flexibility at all customer levels.

Dates: 19 September 2018 To 20 September 2018

Omni King Edward Hotel, 37 King St East, Toronto


Dates: 24 September 2018 To 24 September 2018

The OEA ENERGYCONFERENCE18 is perfectly timed to discuss Ontario’s “Energy Vision”.  As Ontario’s newly elected government delivers their mandate for the next five years, this event will address the key public policy issues, priorities and proposals for Ontario’s energy future.

The conference will explore the intersection of government, policy and advocacy, providing delegates with an exclusive opportunity to connect with industry leaders, regulators and key government decision makers. Our speakers range from energy experts, to political figures and global thought leaders who will discuss the fundamental issues, opportunities and trends facing Ontario’s energy sector.

Distributed Energy Conference

Denver Marriott West, Golden, Colorado

Dates: 15 October 2018 To 17 October 2018

Join us for the first and only event focusing on distributed energy resources in the generation of power! The Distributed Energy Conference will provide a platform for power industry executives and operational specialists with hands-on experience to exchange insights and ideas. A solutions-focused approach provides opportunities for attendees to meet those who can facilitate business connections around these disruptive technologies, covering a range of applications including renewables, energy storage, microgrids, and combined heat and power. Register today with code APPRO to save $150 off registration fees.

Microgrid 2.0: Advancing Industry Growth

Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor



Dates: 29 October 2018 To 31 October 2018

Join us October 29-31, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor for informed panel discussions, expert technical presentations, and extensive networking opportunities as we explore how our industry can adapt in this rapidly changing landscape.

Power of Water Canada Conference and Tradeshow

Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

Dates: 29 October 2018 To 31 October 2018

The Power of Water Canada Conference and Tradeshow is the largest gathering of the hydroelectric sector in Canada. With more than 400 delegates, and 65 exhibitors – this is the must attend hydroelectric conference of the year. This year’s event will feature an expanded program with five streams totalling twenty (20) educational sessions! Register before July 1st and SAVE $100.

APPrO 2018 Innovation and Disruption - Solving for X

The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto

30th Annual Canadian Power Conference & Networking Centre

Dates: 12 November 2018 To 13 November 2018
Contact Number: 416-322-6549
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The pace of change in the energy sector shows no signs of slowing down. To guide you through the epic changes sweeping across the power industry, the economy and the planet, APPrO is assembling another exemplary lineup of thought leaders and decision-makers to headline APPrO 2018.

What impact will increasingly digitized and sophisticated power networks have on existing energy operations, on new investment opportunities, and on the structure of the sector? Which rules are changing and how?

APPrO 2018, the Canadian Power Conference, tackles Innovation and Disruption! Hear the current thinking, business plans and commercial opportunities while networking at the APPrO 2018 conference, covering such key topics as:

* IESO Market Renewal
* The provincial government’s new policy priorities
* LSEs and the options for future LDC business models
* OEB modernization
* Cybersecurity
* The realistic vision for DER
* Should Ontario restructure responsibility for the “balancer of last resort”?
* Financial strategies for managing in a rapidly changing market
* Data usage issues for the energy consumer
* The expanding possibilities made possible by the new aggregators.

There’s little doubt that the emerging intensively-networked power sector will feature significant breaks with the past: This is your best chance to be part of an industry-wide collaboration on shaping the future.

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