Past Events

CHRA National Congress on Housing and Homelessness

CHRA National Congress on Housing and Homelessness Canadian Housing and Renewal Association virtual conference

Apr. 27, 2021 to Apr. 29, 2021  - Online
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The Pembina Institute's Betsy Agar joins a panel on Thursday, April 29 at 2:45-4:15 EDT on Deep Retrofits to Protect our Most Affordable Housing, as part of the CHRA National Congress on Housing and Homelessness. 

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Spring Forward! Recharging Canada’s Economy with Renewables Hosted by the Canadian Renewable Energy Association

Apr. 28, 2021 to Apr. 29, 2021  -
conference - Public event

Rebecca Nadel, director of Pembina Institute’s Business Renewables Centre-Canada, speaks on the panel From $170 to net-zero: Canada’s bold new carbon price at the Canadian Renewable Energy Association's conference.

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Going Electric How urban delivery fleets in the GTHA & beyond can make the shift

Apr. 28, 2021  -
webinar - Public event

Businesses are asking important questions about the cost and how to plan for and integrate electric vehicles into their urban delivery fleets. Join this webinar to learn about the Pembina Institute’s research on urban delivery electrification in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area and beyond, and hear from a panel of experts from Purolator and other companies.

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Calgary Climate Symposium Exploring opportunities for economic recovery through climate resilience

Mar. 25, 2021 to Mar. 26, 2021  - Calgary, AB
conference - Public event

The Calgary Climate Symposium is two days of discussions and presentations around urban renewal and climate resilience. Sessions include Cities Taking Freight Action on March 26, presented by Pembina Institute senior analyst Mark Stout; The Role of Deep Retrofits in Meeting Calgary’s Climate and Resilience Goals on March 26, with analysts Betsy Agar and Madi Kennedy; and Alberta’s Emerging Economy: A Blueprint for Job Creation by 2030 with Binnu Jeyakumar, director, clean energy.

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Using data to decarbonize urban freight in Canadian cities Presented by Pembina Institute and Transport Canada

Mar. 24, 2021  -
webinar - Public event

Availability of freight demand and delivery data in Canada is scarce, so where should city-builders begin? What can we learn from data collection efforts in other global cities? Join the Pembina Institute in a virtual workshop with Transport Canada and Statistics Canada on this increasingly important topic.

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Electrification, innovative models & new mobility Organized by Impulsion MTL International Fleet Forum

Mar. 16, 2021  - Online
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Join Pembina Institute transportation analyst Maddy Ewing, who moderates a panel on electrification projects in cities, featuring city leaders and staff from Canada and Europe.

Powering Past Coal Alliance Global Summit 2021

Mar. 2, 2021 to Mar. 4, 2021  -
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On Wednesday, March 3 at 6 am MST, Binnu Jeyakumar, Pembina Institute’s director of clean energy, participates in an interactive session on the Electricity Grid Transition from Coal to Clean.

Clean and Renewable The Path to Sustainable Energy Growth

Feb. 23, 2021  -
webinar - Public event

Pembina Institute’s director of clean energy Binnu Jeyakumar guests on this panel hosted by The Globe + Mail’s Energy Transformation Series.


Passive House Retrofit Summit Presented by Passive House Accelerator

Feb. 15, 2021  - Online
conference - Public event

Hear from leaders of the boldest retrofit programs in North America on how to push the pace of retrofits and cut carbon emissions from existing buildings.

Webinar: How does Alberta fit into the changing global conversation on climate and energy issues? Hosted by the Canadian Club of Calgary

Dec. 17, 2020  - Calgary
webinar - Public event

The pandemic, a price collapse, and the election of a U.S. administration that, alongside Canada, is embracing net-zero GHG emissions by 2050, are combining to reshape local and global conversations on climate and energy issues. What are the new risks — and opportunities — for Alberta in this rapidly changing conversation?


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