Past Events

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Building Momentum Toward Net Zero // Donner de l’élan à la carboneutralité The third annual pan-Canadian climate conference (CCI & NZAB) // La troisième conférence pancanadienne annuelle sur le climat (CCI & NZAB)

Nov. 9, 2023  - Online
conference - Public event The Pembina Institute’s executive director, Chris Severson-Baker, will be on a panel discussion called “Capping Oil and Gas Emissions” as part of the Building Momentum Toward Net Zero online conference co-hosted by the Canadian Climate Institute and the Net-Zero Advisory Body. He will be joined by Mark Cameron of the Pathways Alliance and Sara Hastings-Simon of the University of Calgary; the panel is moderated by Dan Wicklum of NZAB.
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2023 Alberta Climate Summit Bringing Albertans together to lead the energy transformation

Oct. 26, 2023  - Calgary, AB
conference - Public event The Alberta Climate Summit brings thought leaders from industry, government, civil society groups, Indigenous Governments and rural communities together to hear success stories, identify opportunities and challenges, and explore solutions related to Alberta’s clean energy future.
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Energy Policy Simulator – Canada: Webinar 2023 Exploring net-zero policy scenarios in a thriving economy

Jun. 27, 2023  -
webinar - Public event How do different policies impact emissions, energy, GDP and jobs? Explore with the Energy Policy Simulator, a free and open-source model developed by the Pembina Institute in partnership with Energy Innovation Policy & Technology LLC®. The EPS model aims to inform policymakers and regulators about which climate and energy policies will reduce greenhouse gas emissions most effectively, with the most benefit to Canada’s economy and the best public health outcomes.
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Retrofit Canada Conference What market transformation is required to scale up the retrofit sector across Canada?

Jun. 13, 2023 to Jun. 14, 2023  - Montreal, QC
conference - Public event With a number of important nationwide policy and regulation updates for existing buildings on the horizon, the 3rd annual Retrofit Canada Conference will bring together the key stakeholders - non-profits, private firms, civil society, municipalities, provinces and territories, and Indigenous organizations and groups - from the country's retrofit sector to discuss what is needed to transform this market. Pembina Institute buildings director Betsy Agar will be an expert speaker.
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Together | Ensemble Conference 2023 University of Alberta Sustainability Council

Jun. 8, 2023  - Edmonton, AB
conference - Public event Trinity Song, analyst for the Pembina Institute's Equitable Transition team, will present information on the Women in Fleet Transformation project at the University of Alberta's Together | Ensemble conference 2023.
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Home Energy Justice Forum Presented by Ecotrust Canada

Apr. 12, 2023  - Vancouver, BC
workshop - Public event Rising energy costs, poor energy efficiency in homes, and a changing climate are having profound impacts on British Columbians’ health and safety. These issues are hitting lower-income households the hardest. Pembina Institute buildings director Betsy Agar will be part of the featured panel examining energy insecurity in B.C. at the Home Energy Justice Forum in Vancouver.
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The Inflation Reduction Act, Budget 2023, and the Canadian MHDV sector A virtual panel for UDSI members

Apr. 6, 2023  - Toronto, ON
webinar - Invitation only The U.S. Inflation Reduction Act aims to accelerate the adoption of trucks powered by hydrogen, electricity or alternative fuels. Canada's Budget 2023 also announces incentives for electric vehicle manufacturing. ​​​Our panel experts will lead a discussion on the IRA’s potential impact on Canada’s MHDV sector and its implications for Canada. This panel is hosted by the Pembina Institute's Urban Delivery Solutions Initiative.
Municipal Aggregation

The Power of Aggregation: Enabling community renewable energy in Alberta

Mar. 30, 2023  - Virtual
webinar - Public event A new report by the Pembina Institute, the Business Renewables Centre-Canada and the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre explores the power of aggregation to provide access to renewable energy to smaller municipalities. Learn more at this webinar about Alberta’s renewable energy sector, energy aggregation and possible implementations, and results from surveys and interviews with Alberta municipalities surrounding energy and climate goals.
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Navigating Energy Transitions: IISD webinar The implications of 1.5°C scenarios for Canada’s Paris-aligned energy transitions

Feb. 1, 2023  -
webinar - Public event This webinar will unpack key findings from IISD’s report, outlining barriers to energy transitions, and highlight solutions to overcome such challenges. Additionally, it will provide Canadian policy-makers and financial institutions with information on how they can navigate the current energy crisis, while maintaining ambition to limit warming to 1.5°C. Jan Gorski, Director of the Pembina Institute's oil and gas program, joins the expert panel.
The Pembina unGALA 2023

10th Anniversary unGALA 2023 SOLD OUT! Celebrate the power of Canada’s clean-growth economy

Jan. 26, 2023  - Toronto, Ontario
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The Pembina Institute is happy to welcome back the 10th Anniversary unGALA in January 2023. Pembina Institute’s unGALA celebrates the power of a clean energy future that drives a prosperous, connected Canadian economy.


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