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CERI 2016 Electricity Conference
October 3, 2016 @ 8:00 am - October 4, 2016 @ 5:00 pm| $975
CERI 2016 ELECTRICITY CONFERENCE
The Canadian electricity sector at a crossroads:
exploring alternative paths
OCTOBER 3-4, 2016
CALGARY TELUS CONVENTION CENTRE
CALGARY, ALBERTA, Canada
For well over a century Canada’s electric power sector has made profound contributions to the country’s economy and to raise the quality of life of Canadians. Starting as a distributed group of investor-owned isolated grids, the electricity system has evolved into a complex physical and human network, integrating power generating and transmission infrastructure, electricity end users, public and private enterprises, and utility regulators. The electricity industry has evolved in a conservative and controlled manner to minimize costs and to ensure reliability. Major changes to the way the electricity system is built and operated has happened in decadal intervals. The Canadian electricity sector is now approaching one of those junctures. Many electricity assets are approaching their end of life and must be replaced to satisfy the growing demand. Concerns about environmental impacts such as greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution, and land use impacts have exerted pressure on the way electricity is generated and transported. On the other hand, recent technological developments in electricity generation, transmission, distribution, and storage have provided us options to transform the electricity sector, minimizing its environmental impacts and increasing access. However, such transformation is complicated by the capital stock of electricity infrastructure, uncertainty in future fuel prices and environmental regulations, and public perceptions of different technologies. This CERI conference aims to provide a forum of key industry players, public policy makers, and the general public to explore challenges and opportunities that the Canadian electricity sector is facing over the next three decades.
Confirmed Participants Include:
Dr. Matt Ayres; Chief Executive Officer – Market Surveillance Administrator
Dr. John Barrett; President & Chief Executive Officer – Canadian Nuclear Association
Jason Chee-Aloy – Power Advisory LLC
Ivor da Cunha; Owner and Managing Director – LeapFrog Energy Technologies Inc.
Mary Hemmingsen; Partner, Global Head of LNG, National Sector Leader, Power and Utilities – KPMG Canada
Dr. Andy Knight; Professor, Transmission Electric Industry Chair, Schulich School of Engineering – University of Calgary
Dr. David Layzell; Director, Canadian Energy Systems Analysis (CESAR) Initiative – University of Calgary
John Matovich; Senior Advisor, Financial Advisory Services – Deloitte Canada
Dr. William D. Rosehart; Dean, Schulich School of Engineering – University of Calgary
Helen Ryan; Director General, Energy and Transportation – Environment and Climate Change Canada
Craig Sabine; Director, Global Energy – Navigant Consulting, Inc.
Dr. Oskar Sigvaldason; Project Manager – Trottier Energy Futures Project
Peter Wallis; President and Chief Executive Officer – The Van Horne Institute
Cancellations and Substitutions
A full refund minus a $250 administrative fee will be processed for cancellations received in writing by September 21, 2016. We regret we cannot process refunds after this date; however, full delegate substitution is permitted up to and including the day of the conference. Please note that delegate substitution is for the entire event, shared registration is not permitted. Delegates who fail to cancel their registration or who are “no-shows” will not receive a refund.
Calgary Marriott Downtown
110 9 Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 5A6
Book your accommodations by Friday September 2, 2016 online or at 1.800.228.9290 and identify yourself as part of the CERI Electricity Conference.
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