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.

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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
Location:
Matrix Hotel, 10640 - 100 Avenue, Edmonton
Time:
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

http://www.aeea.ca

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

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