Hosts wanted to participate in 3rd Annual Green Energy Doors Open showcase across Ontario and Alberta, Over 110 already registered!
TORONTO, Sept. 9, 2014 /CNW/ - The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) and Decentralised Energy Canada (DEC) want to help you share your sustainable energy success stories! Join more than 110 hosts during the third annual Green Energy Doors Open on Saturday, October 4th.
"This is an opportunity for homeowners, businesses, municipalities and farmers to share smarter ways to power, heat, cool and move," explains Kristopher Stevens, OSEA's Executive Director. "Last year 66 hosts and over 1000 people took part visiting renewable energy and conservation projects big and small."
Interested in becoming a host, exploring where the sites are, or becoming a sponsor? Please visit www.greenenergydoorsopen.ca.
Participating is easy. The site owners decide how they would like to showcase their energy project. In the past, people have done live demonstrations, hosted workshops, shown movies and done tours. The goal is to inspire the move towards a greener future for the next generation. Whatever the event, Ontarians and Albertans will learn about the benefits of Green Energy.
Host benefits include: a comprehensive guide for organizing the event, informative postcards and literature and communications support.
Ontario has established itself as a leader in sustainable energy in North America. We were the first province to get rid of dirty coal. The Green Energy and Economy Act attracted $24 billion in investment during a global recession and has created more than 42,000 jobs. Ontario is well recognized globally for our smart-grid breakthroughs while energy storage, electric car infrastructure, energy efficiency and our culture of conservation are growing rapidly in importance. We have plenty of success stories to share and opportunities to seize!
The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) is championing a prosperous Ontario with a thriving sustainable energy sector, good jobs, resilient communities and healthy environments powered, heated, cooled and moved by portfolios of sustainable energy by raising public awareness, advising decision makers and establishing forums for new market opportunities and collaboration.
SOURCE: Ontario Sustainable Energy Association
For further information: For more information please contact Nicole Risse at 416-977-4441 ext 3 or Nicole@ontario-sea.org.