We’re looking for ten people to help organize in support of energy efficiency

Last night’s election results mean there will be a change in government in Alberta. As emphasized by some media stories, this could have profound implications for the future of energy efficiency in Alberta.

Energy Efficiency Alberta is unique amongst provincial efficiency program administrators in receiving the bulk of its funding from the provincial carbon levy, which the United Conservative Party (UCP) campaigned against.

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Keynote Speaker | Minister of Environment and Parks: The Honourable Minister Phillips

“The Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance (AEEA) is thrilled to have a prominent leader like Minister Shannon Phillips participate in key discussions focused on Alberta’s energy efficiency movement. I am positive that event attendees will find her keynote address to be valuable and inspiring as we step into the next phase of energy efficiency in Alberta.” - Wayne Morishita, Executive Director, AEEA

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Keynote Speaker | Minister of Natural Resources: the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi

“The Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance (AEEA) is excited to have a distinguished, national leader like Minister Sohi as a keynote speaker for the 2019 Summit. After being one of the last jurisdictions in North America to adopt energy efficiency policies and programs, Alberta is now heading in a positive direction and the Summit is a well-attended and well-supported forum for this change.” – Wayne Morishita, Executive Director, AEEA

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NEW! Pre-Summit Industrial Workshop

The AEEA is pleased to offer a complimentary Pre-Summit Industrial Workshop for all registered delegates on Monday, February 25th from 1:00 pm 4:30 pm. This workshop will kick-off the important conversations that will be had at the Summit and is a value-add for delegates to experience more professional development and networking!

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Gail Foster
2019 Summit Justification Toolkit

We all know that continued professional development and learning is critical to our success in the energy industry and we understand that some employers and organizations have limited training and professional development budgets. 

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Gail Foster