Media credentials available for All-Energy Canada Exhibition and Conference
Thursday, March 13th 2014 4:18:28pm
Media passes will be available to accredited media at the All-Energy Canada (AEC) Exhibition and Conference, April 9 to 10, 2014. Interview opportunities are available at the conference and trade show for industry experts in the renewable energy sector from Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom.
With more than 150 speakers and many networking opportunities, the AEC will focus on renewable energy, finance and risk, smart grids and smart cities, future solutions and much more. Accompanying the conference is a free-to-attend trade show that showcases renewable and sustainable technologies.
The AEC, modeled after the annual renewable energy and energy efficiency events in Scotland and Australia, is the premiere North American event in the All-Energy conference series.
For more information about the conference, the trade show and the agenda, please visit http://www.all-energy.ca.
For media accreditation or to schedule interviews, please contact:
Maria Leung, Environmental Communication Options at 416-972-7401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All-Energy Canada Exhibition and Conference, an event focused on
renewable energy products, ideas and technologies.
Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place and Allstream Centre.
100 Princes Blvd at Exhibition Place,
Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
April 9, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
April 10, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
April 9, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
April 10, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Keynote: Dr. Woodrow (Woody) W. Clark, a contributing scientist to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (UNIPCC), an organization that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2007 along with Al Gore and his film An Inconvenient Truth.
Speakers: Please refer below for a list of confirmed speakers.
|Jennifer Aitchison||Jones Brown Insurance||Rob Harvey||Hydrogenics|
|Bassim Abbassi||Al Balqa' Applied University||Jay Heaman||Woodstock Hydro|
|Juan Anderson||ProWind||Ian Jarvis||EnerLife Consulting|
|Maike Athus||Senvion (formally REpower)||Faye Johnson||Ministry of Natural Resources|
|Martin Baldus||Schottel/TidalStream||Judith Johnson McQueeney||Customized Energy Solutions|
|Michael Barrett||Bennett Jones||Edward H. Kennedy||Tollgrade|
|Ernie Belyea||Bennett Jones||William (Bill) Lahey||Efficiency Nova Scotia|
|Chris Benedetti||Sussex Group||Dawn Lambe||Nipissing University|
|Stephen Bieda||Sun Country||Byron LeClair||Pic River First Nation|
|Peter Black||Brant Renewable Energy||Richard Lee||Manulife Financial|
|Paul Blundy||Bennett Jones||Bob Leigh||LocalGrid Technology Inc.|
|Cherie Brant||Dickson Wright LLP||Peter Love||Energy Services Association of Canada|
|Bill Braun||Northam Realty||Elizabeth MacDonald||Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance|
|Mike Brigham||TREC Solarshare||Dan McGillivray||Centre for Urban Energy|
|Jan Buijk||European Power Systems||Alexander McIsaac||NRstor|
|Dave Butters||APPrO||Gord Miller||Environmental Commissioner of Ontario|
|Geoff Cape||Evergreen||Joe Mulhall||Canadian Union of Skilled Workers|
|Cara Clairman||PlugNDrive||Nhung Nguyen||Horizon Legacy|
|Chris Conway||BOMA Toronto||Chief Gordon Planes||T'Sou-ke Nation|
|Dave Coon||Native American Energy||Berneditha Rijssel-Omusuo||Smart Abroad|
|Mike Crawley||GDF Suez Canada||Bob Rae||Mattawa Tribal Council|
|Mayor Martin Damphousse||City of Varennes||Andre Rochette||Ecosystems|
|Geoff Davenport||Corvus Energy||Paul Rowley||CREST|
|Eric Deschenes||Schneider||Derek Satnik||Mindscape Innovations|
|David DeYoe||OSEA||Graham Seaman||City of Markham (Sustainability Office)|
|Jonathan J. Dogterom||MaRS Cleantech and Physical Sciences||Hassan Shahriar||ENERCON Canada|
|Ryan Duffy||Blackstone Energy Services Inc.||Lawrence Slade||Energy UK|
|Colin Edwards||Pattern Energy||Tim Smitheman||Samsung Renewable|
|Brooke Emerson||Brant Renewable Energy||Bob Stasko||Science Concepts International|
|Paul Finley||OSEA/Economic Development Council of Ontario||Kris Stevens||OSEA|
|Brent Gilmour||QUEST||Tim Stoate||Toronto Atmospheric Fund|
|Sam Goldberg||City of Toronto||Michael Todman||TidalStream Limited Inc.|
|Larry Gooder||Borealis Wood Corp||John Wabb||Canadian Union of Skilled Workers|
|John Gorman||Canadian Solar Industries Association (CANSIA)||Mike Yorke||Carpenters Union|
|Jason Hails||MNP||Chris Young||Enfinity|
All-Energy Canada is organized by Reed Exhibitions the world’s leading event organizer, with 500 events in 41 countries and is held in association with the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) and the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA).
Reed Exhibitions also organize the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) the world’s foremost annual event dedicated to advancing future energy, energy efficiency and clean technologies. The Summit held in Abu Dhabi attracts world leaders, international policy makers, industry leaders, investors, experts, academia, intellectuals and journalists to discuss practical and sustainable solutions to future energy challenges. Reed’s World Energy Week in Tokyo attracted over 120,000 visitors in four days.
Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) is Ontario’s lead advocate, facilitator and catalyst for sector transformation and the transition to a more sustainable energy economy. It champions policy and regulatory change for a more sustainable society powered, heated, cooled and transported by a portfolio of sustainable energy.
CanSIA is a national trade association that represents approximately 650 solar energy companies throughout Canada. Since 1992, CanSIA has worked to develop a strong, efficient, ethical and professional Canadian solar energy industry with capacity to provide innovative solar energy solutions and to play a major role in the global transition to a sustainable, clean-energy future.