2023 Energy Storage Canada Conference

InterContinental Toronto Centre, 225 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2X3, Canada

The 8th annual Energy Storage Canada Conference will be returning to Toronto on October 3 and 4, 2023. This year's theme, Charging Net Zero, speaks to the critical role of energy storage in enabling (or charging!) Canada's ability to reach its ambitious net-zero targets as part of the ongoing energy transition.

Energy Efficiency Day

Toronto Metropolitan University ARC202, 325 Church St, Toronto, ON, Canada

Efficiency Canada, alongside the Department of Building Science at Toronto Metropolitan University, would like to celebrate Energy Efficiency Day with an interactive panel featuring 10 trailblazers from the energy efficiency sector. From clean technologists to architects, engineers, tradespeople, journeymen, academics and communications specialists, this will be an inside look into the diverse future of Canada’s Sustainable Development Goals.

2023 Value of Biogas West Conference

The Westin Calgary, 320 4 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 2S6, Canada

2023 Value of Biogas West will be a two day in-person event, with a full conference agenda including a variety of biogas & RNG presentations and engaging speakers. Both days will provide sponsors and exhibitors with ample opportunity for networking and building new connections.

Low Carbon Thermal Network

The Low-Carbon Thermal Network will enhance cooperation between QUEST Canada Supporters with an interest in low-carbon thermal energy by providing a forum for discussion and information exchange intended to help […]

Electricity Transformation Canada

BMO Center 20 Roundup Way SE, Calgary, AB, Canada

Electricity Transformation Canada understands how frustrating it is to have the solutions but not have the opportunity to act on them. That's why they bring together all the key players with innovative technologies, and other stakeholders to network and collaborate at the largest conference and exhibition of the renewable energy and storage industry in Canada.

NB-PEI Municipal Working Group

Launched in 2016, the New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island (NB-PEI) Municipal Working Group is a resource for municipalities engaged in community energy planning, partnership-building and smart energy projects to […]

Energy Innovation Forum Canada 2023

Delta Hotels by Marriott Beausejour in Moncton 750 Main Street, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

EIF 2023 fosters collaboration across the Canadian energy sector and continues to challenge accelerating the pace of change, and what it takes to unlock smart energy implementation.

Decentralised Energy Forum

Fairmont Château Lake Louise 111 Lake Louise Dr, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

The 2023 Decentralised Energy Forum will take place at the beautiful Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in Alberta. Attendees will meet with influential industry leaders and hear about the latest trends in energy markets, consumer demands, and business growth potential. The forum features a visionary program that spotlights the greatest market opportunities and showcases breakthrough innovations that are meeting the new demands of energy consumers. Attendees represent the entire supply chain from raw materials through to energy consumers. The goal is to activate industry collaboration, spark new business, and accelerate the transition to a net zero energy future.

National Deep Retrofit Community of Practice

The National Deep Retrofit Community of Practice is made up of stakeholders interested in implementing deep retrofit strategies at the community level. Participants will meet five times a year. The […]

8th Annual National Energy Roundtable Conference

DELTA TORONTO HOTEL SOCO BALLROOM, 75 Lower Simcoe St, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The 8th annual National Energy Roundtable conference will gather business leaders, entrepreneurs and policy makers in Toronto for discussions on: Tranforming Canada’s Energy Systems – How Fast and How Far?

Canada and the world have a collective challenge – to develop our infrastructure and energy mix in a way that is affordable whilst significantly decarbonizing. Canada’s diverse landscape and energy mix presents the potential to become a global leader in transforming its energy systems. However, carbon emissions continue to rise and consensus on what the country’s energy future should look like has proven elusive.

As Canada’s energy needs expand, technological innovation and energy system optimization will be crucial. It is estimated that more than $2 trillion in energy and transport investments will be required over the next twenty years to replace aging infrastructure and develop the next generation of energy systems.

Join the leaders shaping Canada’s energy future at the National Energy Roundtable conference and learn about the exciting strategies and technological advances that are driving Canada’s energy transition.