Alberta Power Symposium

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A unique market structure and deregulated electricity sector is providing exciting opportunities and a competitive advantage for investment

Speakers

Breanne-Fox
Breanne Fox
Director
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Sharleen Gatcha
Vice President
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Grant Arnold
President & Chief Executive Officer
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Aisha Bukhari
Vice President and Executive Board Director
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Jeanie Chin
Supervising Engineer
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Matthew Davis
Director
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Patrycja Drainville
Associate Director
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Terri-Lynn Duque
Director Strategic Innovation
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Miranda Keating Erickson
Vice President
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Bill Gilliland
Partner
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Biju Gopi
Manager
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Dr. Jeff Griffin
Vice President
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Renee Hjorth
ommercial Manager
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Ryan Laverty
Manager
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Dr. David Layzell
Energy Systems Architect
Rob-Macintosh
Rob Macintosh
Advisor
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Leah Michalopulo
Director
Michele-Mullen
Michèle Mullen
Director General
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Rebecca Nadel
Director
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Dale Nally
Associate Minister
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Aïda Nciri
Manager
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Robert Ohmes
Division Manager
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Christophe Owttrim
Senior Business Partner
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Jesse Row
Executive Director
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Jesse Kay
FOUNDER
Jason-Schulz
Jason Schulz
Executive Director,

Start

October 5, 2021

End

October 6, 2021

Address

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Alberta’s electricity sector is leading the way toward renewable energy development.
A unique market structure and deregulated electricity sector are providing exciting opportunities and a competitive advantage for investment. How will these changes in the market affect regulatory policy and customer behavior?

Join our engaging faculty of speakers at the 9th Annual Alberta Power Symposium to assess developments in the power sector, address challenges, and highlight areas of growth.

As the province moves forward from the impacts of COVID-19, learn about recovery plans for the energy-only market, discover how corporate PPA’s are driving economic growth, and address questions on how to achieve emissions targets and develop affordable energy in Alberta.

Highlights from this year’s program include:

  • Plans to achieve targets in the Renewable Electricity Act and strategies to incorporate renewables into the grid
  • Major new renewable energy investments with Amazon, Labatt’s, Shell, RBC, TC Energy and more
  • Exploring the role of hydrogen and plans for a hydrogen power hub
  • Evaluating federal funding for carbon capture solutions and opportunities for commercial use
  • Current advancements in small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) as a viable source of low-carbon energy
  • Innovative energy storage technologies as the key to renewables

This is your opportunity to engage with the major stakeholders in the power industry to address the evolving challenges facing this sector.