Energy leaders debate Ontario’s future electricity mix!

Monday, September 30th, 2013

Renewable Energy Advocacy & Review of Ontario’s Long Term Energy Plan

Wind energy can make an important contribution to Ontario’s future electricity needs. Ontario is working to develop a new Long Term Energy Plan that will guide the development of its electricity sector for the next 10 to 15 years. All sources of electricity have strengths and weaknesses and Ontario will be keen to ensure that future electricity supply is cost-competitive, environmentally sustainable and provides economic benefits to the province.

On Thursday October 10 join stakeholders from across the electricity sector to discuss Ontario’s future electricity mix and consider what energy mix can best meet the expectations of governments, communities, citizens and the grid.

CanWEA brings you an exciting panel of energy association leaders and provocative key speakers including environmental activist, Ms. Tzeporah Berman. Don’tmiss this half day session where the topic of discussion shifts beyond wind and into the energy renewables arena.FoW-EnergyLeadersDebate

The ENERGY ASSOCIATION LEADERS DEBATE will include:
Moderator: Mr. Tyler Hamilton, Journalist
Mr. Robert Hornung, President, Canadian Wind Energy Association
Mr. David Butters, President, Association of Power Producers of Ontario
Mr. John Gorman, President, Canadian Solar Industries Association
Dr. Ron Oberth, President, Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries
Mr. Paul Norris, President, Ontario Waterpower Association
Mr. Adam White, President, Association of Major Power Consumers

Register for the Energy Leaders Debate today!
Public/Corporate/Government         $50.00 + tax
Students/Non-Profit Associations    $25.00 + tax

Registration for this session can be made through the main CanWEA 2013 Conference registration system. Registration Category is “Closing Plenary Session Only.” For more information please visit CanWEA2013.