TORONTO, Sept. 16, 2013 /CNW/ - Electricity companies in Ontario are working to prepare the grid for the future. Toronto is undergoing a building renaissance and the local grid needs to be refurbished to accept new power demands; readied to accept new, renewable sources of power; and, updated to respond to the future needs of our customers who are increasingly adopting new technologies.
WHAT: Toronto Hydro is hosting a conference about renewable generation with industry organization, EUCI (Electric Utility Consultants Inc.). Hear from experts including Ivano Labricciosa, Vice President of Asset Management at Toronto Hydro; Chris Asimakis, President and COO of Potentia Solar; and Amir Shalaby, Vice President of Power System Planning, Ontario Power Authority as they discuss key topics, including:
- Assessing the Current Grid Situation in Ontario with Respect to High Penetration, Renewable Energy Resources.
- What Will Ontario's Grid of the Future Need to Look Like to Support a Progressive Shift to Higher Penetration of renewable energy and distributed generation Resources?
- Best Practices Relating to Renewable Friendliness.
|WHEN:||Monday, September 16 - Tuesday, September 17, 2013|
|WHERE:|| Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel
1 Blue Jays Way (Inside the Rogers Centre)
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For more than 25 years, EUCI has led the way in producing the highest-quality conferences, seminars, workshops, and courses designed exclusively for the energy industry. We offer solutions and seek to help industry professionals make informed, intelligent decisions to strategically improve their position in today's challenging business environment. With hundreds of in-person and online events every year, EUCI has a solution for you, whether you are interested in increasing revenues, cutting costs, understanding changing market rules, managing your enterprise-wide risk, or getting a quick overview of the industry.
SOURCE: Toronto Hydro Corporation
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