Smart Energy Summit: Inspiring Energy Efficiency For The New Economy

Smart Energy Summit: Inspiring Energy Efficiency For The New Economy
Event on 2015-11-05 08:00:00
Date:               Thursday, November 5, 2015 Time:               8:00 am – 1:00 pm                         Morning refreshments and Networking Lunch Included Place:              Royal Botanical Gardens Auditorium                         680 Plains Rd West                         Burlington Hosted by:      Sustainable Hamilton Burlington in partnership with                          Golden Horseshoe Manufacturing Network     Are you looking for ways to reduce your energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, and to reduce costs? Would you like to learn more about the the upcoming Province of Ontario greenhouse gas cap & trade legislation and how it will affect your business, public sector institution or other organization? Join us on November 5th to hear from leading energy management experts about how your organization can get ready to thrive in the new low-carbon economy.    Details SMART ENERGY MANAGEMENT: WHAT EVERY BUSINESS NEEDS TO KNOW David Arkell, President, 360 Energy As President and CEO of Hamilton-based 360 Energy, David Arkell has over 25 years of experience in the energy industry.  His presentation will be geared to all key decision makers in an organization.  It will focus on critical actions that are required to be successful in managing energy and how this will provide ongoing benefits to your organization.       NEW ONTARIO CAP-AND-TRADE SYSTEM: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE QUÉBEC EXPERIENCE Mustapha Ouyed, B.A.Sc., Eng., Environmental Engineer, Climate Change and Sustainability Advisor,        Golder Associates   Sean Capstick, B.A.Sc.,P.Eng. Principal, Atmospheric Services, Golder Associates  Ontario has announced that it will impose a greenhouse gas cap-and-trade system based on the Western Climate Initiative Framework and will link with the existing system in Quebec and California. The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change has stated that the new regulation will be drafted this fall and will have a significant impact on all fuel and energy users in the province regardless of their GHG reporting status. This new system will create significant opportunities for green programs focusing on energy conservation and green infrastructure. Additionally, Ontario has stated that they will jointly develop off-set programs with Quebec.  These pending changes also pose a few key questions: How will the “cap” be set and lowered over time to meet the provincial 2020 and 2030 greenhouse gas targets? How can all businesses benefit from the opportunities to “trade” reduction credits and the creation of offsets? How will the substantial revenues raised from the sale of emission units be used by the government to promote energy efficiency and other GHG reductions? During this workshop Sean and Mustapha will provide insight on the potential impacts of the system and offer suggestions on how clients can engage the Ministry over the next few months prior to the implementation of this regulation. You will also have the unique opportunity to ask questions on how to prepare for the implementation of this new system in Ontario, and discuss the financial implications to your industry or company, whether you currently report on greenhouse gas emissions or not.   BIOS    As President and CEO of 360 Energy, David Arkell has over 25 years of experience in the energy industry.  Through his organization, his company provides innovative, customized energy management solutions based on world-wide best practices that directs organization down the pathway to excellence.  David is able to guide organizations on how to integrate energy management into their daily operations, striving towards continuous improvement and creating measurable savings for each organization he works with.        Mustapha Ouyed, B.A.Sc., Eng. Environmental Engineer, Climate Change and Sustainability Advisor, Golder Associates Mustapha Ouyed is a professional engineer in Québec with more than 20 years of experience working on environmental projects. He has been actively participating for many years in the discussions and development of the carbon management mechanisms and regulations in Québec and Canada in a variety of roles including as the climate change advisor for Gaz Metro, the natural gas utility in Québec; Chair of the Air Management Sub-Committee of the Canadian Gas Association and Vice-President Air and Climate Change of Réseau Environnement, the largest Québec Environment professional association in Québec. He has also played a major role in the development of the regulatory carbon market training workshop financed by the Québec Ministry of Economy. Mustapha provides regular cap-and-trade training sessions, including workshops offered by the Québec government, and has been working with industry on greenhouse gas issues for over 12 years. From 2012 to 2014, Mustapha delivered more than 20 sessions of the advanced version of the workshop in the province of Québec.   Sean Capstick, B.A.Sc.,P.Eng. Principal, Atmospheric Services, Golder Associates Sean Capstick, P.Eng. is a Principal with over 25 years of environmental compliance experience in  Golder’s GTA Operations Atmospheric Services Group that provide a full suite of GHG, Climate Change Adaptation, Permitting and Environmental Assessment services.  Sean provides specialized expertise on strategic and regulatory advice to clients regarding the development of emission inventories recognized as a leading expert in Air Quality services including the emerging GHG regulatory framework. He is Golder’s Global Climate Change Technical Community Leader. Sean has valuable expertise in GHG emissions management issues including, quantification methods, mitigation measures, measurement techniques and practical implementation of emissions reduction strategies. Sean has worked for clients in a variety of industry sectors such as cement, aggregate processing, chemical processing, electricity generation fertilizer manufacturing, mining, petrochemical, steel manufacturing, landfills, natural resources and properties management. He is sought after by industry, municipalities and legal firms for guidance and practical solutions in regulatory and technical matters related to the environmental permitting process and climate change.  Sean is also currently directing projects with a number of industrial associations to assist them through data analysis and negotiations with the government on the proposed cap and trade regulation.   Keystone Sponsor     Corporate Sponsors                                 Educational Sponsors         Granting Organizations                  Supporting Sponsors                      Event Carbon Offsetting Provided By                   

at Royal Botanical Gardens
680 Plains Rd W
Burlington, CanadaRoyal Botanical Gardensалександр лобановский

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