OTTAWA, May 25, 2018 /CNW/ - Canada's commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will require improvements in the way we produce, transport, and consume energy.
Canadian and international experts will share their insights on how to manage the transition to a low-carbon future at The Conference Board of Canada's Reshaping Energy 2018 conference in Ottawa on May 28-29. Topics of discussion include:
- Federal and provincial carbon-pricing policies, programs, initiatives.
- Implications of the carbon-pricing frameworks on competitiveness, investment, and trade.
- Role of technology in lowering emissions in oil and gas production.
- Impact of carbon-pricing on workers, Indigenous communities, small business, and low-income households.
When: May 28-29, 2018
Where: Shaw Centre, 55 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario
Who: Speakers include:
- Diane Cameron, Director, Nuclear Energy Division, Natural Resources Canada
- Eric Anthony Denhoff, Deputy Minister, Alberta Environment, Parks and Climate Change
- Caroline Lee, Energy Policy Analyst, Environment and Climate Change Unit, International Energy Agency
- Nathan Maycher, Director, Climate Change, Energy Policy & Strategy, Suncor Energy Inc.
- Judy Meltzer, Director General, Carbon Pricing Bureau, Environment and Climate Change Canada
- John M Vandenberg, Assistant Deputy Minister, Energy, Northwest Territories Department of Public Works Services
For the full schedule and times visit: http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/energy/agenda
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Media accreditation is required.
This conference is sponsored by ATCO Group, Bruce Power, Teck, Ontario Power Generation, Hydro Québec, Suncor, Canadian Electricity Association, Canadian Natural, and Resolute Forest Products.
SOURCE Conference Board of Canada
For further information: For more information or media accreditation, contact: Natasha Jamieson, Media Relations, The Conference Board of Canada, Tel.: 613- 526-3090 ext. 307, -mail: [email protected] or Juline Ranger, Director of Communications, The Conference Board of Canada, Tel.: 613- 526-3090 ext. 431, E-mail: [email protected]