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Increasing Sustainable Energy in the Long-Term Energy Plan - Part 2
OSEA Long-Term Energy Plan Webinar Series
Join us on October 17th for the second part of our discussion on the expanding role of sustainable energy in Ontario.
The Ministry has received its final submissions and completed its formal consultation process but is still listening to our suggestions. Our ideas will help shape our future energy system. We want to hear from you! Join OSEA and a panel of distinguished sector leaders as we discuss the status quo and the development of a collaborative vision for a cheaper, firm portfolio of sustainable energy to heat, cool, power and move Ontario into prosperity.
The Ministry of Energy's re-evaluation of Ontario's Long-Term Energy Plan opens the door for a valuable discussion on the transition of Ontario's energy economy to a more sustainable and integrated system. Subsequent announcements that refurbishment and the associated costs of its nuclear facilities are under review highlights the further need for conservation, renewable energy, district energy, CHP and storage to play a more prominent role in Ontario's energy future.
The Government of Ontario's Long-Term Energy Plan update is critical as it will define a path for community-driven or provincially-driven energy planning and whether thermal, electricity and transportation planning will be deployed in an integrated centralized or distributed way. It will also lay out the path for conservation and efficiency initiatives, energy procurement, the deployment of the smart grid, and infrastructure development. These decisions will decide development over the next four to five years and impact the energy system for the next 20 years. October's webinar will address the question of whether sustainable energy can take on a greater role in Ontario's energy system.
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Audience: Manufacturers, developers (on-grid, micro-grid and off-grid), labour, all political parties, municipalities, industry associations, government employees related to the sector, boards of education, students, conservation, CHP, storage, nuclear, gas and renewable energy stakeholders and advocates.
Can't make it on October 17?
Student rate available
Last Updated: Wednesday, October 02, 2013 at 2:18:47 PM