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Alberta Energy Efficiency Summit will showcase important discussions around energy efficiency in Alberta
CALGARY – The Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance (AEEA) will bring together energy efficiency leaders and experts to showcase the important discussions taking place around energy efficiency in Alberta. This first-ever two-day Alberta Energy Efficiency Summit will take place on May 16 and 17 at the Grey Eagle Event Centre.
A variety of speaker presentations, panels, and breakout sessions will present a valuable range of perspectives on energy efficiency, drawing on real solutions and case studies from around the world.
Speakers include industry leaders such as:
- Monica Curtis, CEO, Energy Efficiency Alberta
- Gary Holden, CEO, Pulse Energy
- Bert Hunter, CIO, Connecticut Green Bank
- Benjamin Grunfeld, Managing Director, Navigant
- Stephen MacDonald, CEO, EfficiencyOne
- Terry Young, VP Policy, Engagement, and Innovation, Independent Electricity System Operator
The AEEA strives to continuously engage with its members, stakeholders and the energy efficiency community through collaboration and networking, and are pleased to have the support of over 29 sponsors and exhibitors.
“The goal of the Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance (AEEA) is to reduce the barriers to the adoption of energy efficiency technology and activities, in order to actualize the benefits of energy efficiency. Alberta is heading in a positive direction towards the growth of energy efficiency and I hope that the Summit can play a role in this momentum.” – Wayne Morishita, Executive Director, AEEA
About Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance
The Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance (AEEA) is a member-based organization with a diverse group of stakeholders actively working to maximize energy efficiency in the province of Alberta. The AEEA believes that efficiency plays an important role in creating a sustainable Alberta, economically and environmentally. Since 2007, the AEEA has brought people together to collaboratively solve problems, coordinate action and be a common voice, by delivering speaking engagements, and sharing resources and ideas.
Kimberly Mercader, Event Marketing Manager