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All-Energy Canada seeks renewables experts for new 2014 event

October 31, 2013 | By Anthony Capkun

October 31, 2013 – Organizers of the new All-Energy Canada Exhibition & Conference (April 2014) say they have finalized the conference format and focus, and are now seeking speakers with expertise and a track record in the technology relating to renewable energy generation sources, and “in the processes, systems and thought-leadership required to provide an effective and sustainable investment climate”.

All-Energy Canada 2014 aims to provide a forum for national and international experts in the renewable energy industry and energy conservation sectors an opportunity to exchange views and share knowledge, expertise and experience, with a focus on trading with and within North America, and internationally.

The event is held in association with the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) and Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA).

Unlike ‘vertical’ shows within this sector that focus on a single generation source or community, All-Energy organizers explain this ‘horizontal’ event aims to engage all stakeholders, from generators and investors to financiers and regulators.


The conference streams will look at provincial, domestic and international opportunities, under themes such as:

• Economic Development
• Renewable and Resource Development
• Consumer Demand Management
• Long-term Planning
• Smart Grid and Smart Cities
• The Role of Labour
• Community Power, including a focus on First Nations
• International Trading

Abstracts are being sought that fall under the above themes, and include topics covering technical categories such as:

• All types of renewable generation (e.g. wind, solar, geothermal, wave, tidal).
• All forms of investment and finance.
• Energy efficiency & conservation (e.g. management, monitoring, metering, retrofit, green building, lighting).
• Integrated systems (e.g. smart grids, smart cities, storage, transitioning).
• Labour and skills (e.g. careers in clean tech, skills requirements, training)

The deadline for abstracts is December 16, 2013. The 500-word (max) abstract should include a description of the proposed presentation, results/conclusions, and the technical category most applicable to your abstract from the list of topics. Email your abstract to jonathan.heastie@reedexpo.co.uk .

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