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Reframed Symposium October 6 and 20

Reframed Deep Retrofit Symposium Part 1 (Oct. 6) and Part 2 (Oct. 20)

Oct. 20, 2022  -
webinar - Public event Phase One of our Reframed Lab series has come to an end and we cannot wait to share the design proposals! Join us online for our two-part Reframed Deep Retrofit Symposium, to learn from our design teams about the first tranche of demonstration projects for low-rise social housing across B.C. Part One is Oct. 6 and Part Two is Oct 20, both from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT.
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Women in Energy Transformation series Presented by the Pembina Institute and GLOBE Series

Oct. 14, 2022  -
webinar - Public event The Pembina Institute and GLOBE Series have partnered to bring you the Women in Energy Transformation Series—a national dialogue that celebrates the women advancing Canada’s transition to a clean economy, and identifies opportunities for more women to get involved. The 4th Dialogue of the Women in Energy Transformation Series will focus on “Pulling in All Together.”
Retrofit Canada Conference

Retrofit Canada Conference 2nd Annual

Jun. 22, 2022 to Jun. 23, 2022  - Toronto, ON
conference - Public event The 2nd Annual Retrofit Canada Conference is an opportunity to discuss Canada’s strategy towards becoming a sustainable and Zero-Carbon Emissions Country by 2050. The event, held in Toronto on June 22-23, will feature 33 experts, including Betsy Agar, the Pembina Institute's Manager of Buildings. In-person and virtual options are available.
The Pembina unGALA 2022

unGALA 2022 Celebrate the power of Canada’s clean growth economy

Jun. 9, 2022  - Toronto, Ontario
fundraiser -

The Pembina Institute is happy to welcome back the unGALA in June 2022. Pembina Institute’s unGALA celebrates the power of a clean energy future that drives a prosperous, connected Canadian economy.

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Building Net-Zero Part 3 of the Critical Emissions series

Jun. 1, 2022  -
webinar - Corporate Knights' Critical Emissions series: Building Net-Zero, presents a panel that includes Tom-Pierre Frappé-Sénéclauze, the director of the Pembina Institute's buildings program.
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Renewables in Remote Communities Supporting the advancement of Indigenous-led clean energy projects

Apr. 25, 2022 to Apr. 28, 2022  - Whitehorse, YK
conference - Public event

RiRC 2022  — rescheduled from 2020 — will make further progress in understanding the full financial costs of both clean energy and diesel-based systems, and identifying key steps necessary to tip the scale towards making clean energy systems financially competitive and further accelerating economic opportunities for Indigenous communities and the clean energy sector.

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Utility Business Model Reform for Remote Communities With Dave Lovekin and Emily He

Apr. 21, 2022  -
webinar - Public event The Pembina Institute invites those interested in utility business model reform to unlock opportunities for clean energy projects in remote communities to join us as we discuss long-term sustainable policy and regulatory solutions.
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Cinq à Sept unofficial GLOBE 2022 Reception

Mar. 30, 2022  - Vancouver, B.C.
reception - Invitation only

The Pembina Institute’s unofficial GLOBE 2022 reception brings together an incredible diversity of influencers, from industry and entrepreneurs to government and not for profits. This year we are celebrating Women in Energy Transformation.

Windmills and Sunflowers

Meeting the PPA Moment in Alberta How your organization can get involved

Mar. 2, 2022  - Alberta
webinar - Public event

Join the Business Renewables Centre-Canada for a session focused on the power purchase agreement (PPA) opportunity in the next 4-5 years and how to better position your organization to secure its electricity from renewable sources.

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Engaging Impacted Communities in Transition Conference panel hosted by the Parkland Institute with guest speakers from Pembina

Feb. 24, 2022  -
webinar - Public event

Join us for a panel discussion hosted by the Parkland Institute entitled Engaging Impacted Communities in Transition. Our researchers Grace Brown and Sarah Winstanley will draw on their recent research to speak about a just transition for Canada's coal workers and communities and working towards gender equity in Alberta's energy sector, speaking alongside Angele Alook, an assistant professor in the School of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at York University.


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