Summary Report:National Policy Symposium
The rapid pace of technological innovation in the energy delivery and management sector is exceeding the pace of change in policy and regulatory frameworks. Addressing this challenge requires government, regulators, regulated and competitive energy providers, and other organizations from across Canada to collaborate from a technical, policy, program, and regulatory perspective to support new ways to deliver and manage energy that can lead to more competitive and efficient services for Canadians.
The objective of the National Policy Symposium was to bring industry and government decision-makers together to identify the pathways to accelerate innovation in the energy delivery and management sector in Canada. This report summarizes the key messages and considerations for Ministers that were developed during the Symposium.
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