EU-Canada Energy Conference 2016Hosted by the Delegation of the European Union to Canada


Sep. 22, 2016  9:00am - 5:00pm Victoria Hall, John G. Diefenbaker Building — 111 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario conference - Public event

The EU-Canada Energy Conference spotlights best policies and regulatory practices for efficient and sustainable energy production and use. It is an occasion to discuss energy research and innovation, showcase evidence of the economic benefits of tackling climate change and promote investment in low carbon technologies and infrastructure. The conference will focus on unconventional gas and LNG, smart grids, renewable energy, COP21 implementation and other topics.

Matt Horne, B.C. associate director at the Pembina Institute, will be a panellist for one of the break-out sessions.


How to translate COP21 into energy policy in Canada and the EU

Panellists:

  • William Amos, Member of Parliament, Liberal Party of Canada
  • Matt Horne, Associate British Columbia Director, Pembina Institute
  • Jean-Arnold Vinois, Energy Adviser, Jacques Delors Institute
  • Sigurd Schmidt, Special Adviser, Energy security, Economic and Global Issues Division, European External Action Service (EEAS)

Moderator:

  • Douglas MacDonald, Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor, University of Toronto, School of Environment

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