2017 Alberta Energy Efficiency Conference

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM [MST]

10640 - 100 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3N8, Canada

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Tuesday, 17 January 2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM [MST]

Matrix Hotel, 10640 - 100 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3N8, Canada.



Please join us at Alberta’s premier energy efficiency event for 2017!

The event will be the first major gathering of Alberta’s energy efficiency industry since the creation of a new EE agency for the province – Energy Efficiency Alberta – and promises to be the 'go to’ place for conversations about the future of energy efficiency in Alberta.

Date: Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Matrix Hotel, 10640 - 100 Avenue, Edmonton
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Preliminary Program

9:00 am – Opening Session 

- Opening Remarks – Jesse Row, Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance
- Greetings from Energy Efficiency Alberta – David Dodge, Board Chair
- Alberta’s First 3 Energy Efficiency Programs – Julie-Ann Vincent, Dunsky Energy Consulting
- Launching First Programs into New Markets - Colin Murray, ICF
- Implementing Edmonton's Community Energy Transition Strategy – Lisa Dockman and Mike Mellross, City of Edmonton 

10:20 am – Break

10:50 am – Break-out Sessions

Quartz Room

- Large Building Energy Efficiency - Dean Turgeon, 3D Energy
- ASHRAE Shaping Tomorrow’s Built Environment Today - Erich Binder, ASHRAE
- Multi-family Energy Efficiency - Jordan Fisher, FRESCo
- Net Zero Energy Schools - Tanya Doran, Stantec
- Energy Measurement Studies - Tom Jackman, SAIT

Amber Room

- Engaging 700,000 Albertans in Energy Efficiency Education - Gareth Thomson, ACEEE
- Student Summits and Classroom Content - Kathryn Wagner, Inside Education
- Combined Heat and Power - Peter Ruben, Nexus Power Solutions
- Distributed Solar, Market Outlook and Role of Utilities - Dave Kelly, CanSIA
- NRC IRAP Vision for Energy Innovation - Greg Snaith, National Research Council

12:00 am – Lunch

1:00 pm – Breakout Sessions

Quartz Room

- Strategic Energy Management in Industry - Robert Greenwald, Prism Engineering
- The Importance of Cash Flow for Energy Efficiency- Karim Abraham, Kambo Green Solutions
- Alberta Borrowing Act - Peter Love, Energy Services Association of Canada
- Financing for Energy Efficiency - Genevieve Gauthier, Econoler
- PACE Financing in Alberta: Removing the financial barrier to building/retrofiting sustainable buildings - Brian Scott, Communitas 

Amber Room

- The Missing Link in Energy Savings in Buildings: the Human Factor - Mathieu Cote, Canadian Institute for Energy Training
- Professional and Continuing Training and Certification - Andrea Linsky, BCIT
- Full Time Technical Training - Jim Sandercock, NAIT
- Engaging Hard to Reach Communities - Amy Hennessy, Empower Me
- Energy and Housing Management with First Nations – Areef Abraham, Community Power

2:00 pm – Break

2:45 pm – Quartz Room

- Doing Well by Doing Good; Sustainable Capitalism is Alive and Well – Curtis Probst, Rocky Mountain Institute
- Energy Efficiency as a Resource - Julia-Maria Becker, Pembina Institute
- Virtual Power Plant Software - Graham Horn, Enbala
- Involving Utilities in Province-Wide Program Delivery - David Conn and Judy Simon, ATCO and ICF
- Next Steps for Programs in Alberta - Philippe Dunsky, Dunsky Energy Consulting

3:50 pm – Closing Remarks

4:00 pm – Event Closing

Cancellation policy

Email contact@aeea.ca with any inquiries.

Jesse Row


The Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance is a multi-sector organization working to advance energy efficiency in Alberta.

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