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    • 29 Nov 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Zoom Webinar
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    Renewable Natural Gas

    Free Educational Webinar

    Tues, Nov, 29, 2022, 12:00 -1:30 PM

    Objectives:

    To build a growing and measurable appreciation for what RNG or Biomethane -often referred to as “Carbon Neutral” - can do to assist in managing our growing waste-stream, reduce our carbon emissions, and move us towards a Net Zero / circular economy in Ontario.  Essentially, this Webinar seeks to show how best Ontario can grow the RNG options to green our natural gas supply and distribution more quickly?

    Key Audiences Include:

    Municipalities that manage / own Green Bins, Landfills, Wastewater Plants, Wood Waste, or in rural areas, oversee / own agricultural (AG waste) land and dairy livestock, and own Fleets
    Producers and Merchants of the RNG Industry
    Utilities i.e. Enbridge as the transporter, upgrader, and provides financial leverage for RNG
    Offtakers’ and their Role in RNG project origination, monetization, and execution

    AGENDA & Key Issues:

    1.      Welcome and Land Acknowledgement-Dan Goldberger, Chair, OSEA
     
    2.      Overview of the Lifecyle of an RNG Project, & Role of Utilities (15 Min)
    Enbridge,

    John Loncar, P. Eng., M.Eng., MBA, CEM, Specialist RNG Business Dv’t

    3.      National Opportunities for RNG in Canada /Ontario Supply and Demand (15 Min)

    Canadian Biogas Association—Jennifer Green, Executive Director 4.      Municipal Panel-Moderator:
    City of Hamilton, Patricia Leishman, Director GMO/Corp. Asset Mgmt., Dept. of Public Works (30 Min)

    How does the Municipality go to tender a project to mitigate risk?
    How does the Municipality overcome NIMBY to overcome risk?

    How do Municipalities guarantee or optimize RNG feedstocks – waste and green bin etc.?

    a.      City of Toronto-Dufferin Organics Processing Project-Shelby Fallis
    b.      City of Hamilton, Angela Storey, Waste Management
    c.      City of Ottawa, Mike Fletcher, Project Mgr. Climate Change & Resilence

    5.      Industry perspectives and partnerships on RNG Projects (30 Min)

    How good is the RNG Project’s CI (Carbon Intensity) score?
    How can one avoid the Carbon Tax by investing in RNG? Who owns the Carbon Credits?
    What is the key obstacle to overcome regarding investing in RNG projects?

    How can market participants support the creation a long-term Voluntary program?

    Moderator: GHD, Rob Dysiewicz, A GHD Director, B.Arts, RCGC, Global Commercial Innovation Leader –Future Energy

    Evergreen Environmental Inc.- –Martin Vroegh, VP Innovation and Renewables, Producer
    Clearblue Markets —Mehr Imran, Fuels Analyst  
    Power Advisory LLC-Travis Lusney, VP

    6.      Wrap Up and Conclusion, Chair OSEA and or John Loncar, Enbridge

     
    For More Information Please Contact:
    Dan Goldberger, Chair, 
    Ontario Sustainable Energy Association, Dan@Ontario-SEA.org 

    (416) 346-7715


    • 30 Nov 2022
    • 9:00 AM
    • 02 Dec 2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • Metro Toronto Convention Centre (South)
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    OSEA & SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS  AT THE BUILDINGS SHOW 2022

    RECONNECT WITH AND SUPPORT OSEA BY VISITING OUR BUILDINGS SHOW 2022 TRADE SHOW BOOTH ORGANIZED BY DAVID KATZ, MBA, OSEA BOARD MEMBER, SUPPORTED BY LEADING OSEA MEMBERS 

    WED, NOV 30 - FRI, DEC 2

    METRO TORONTO CONVENTION CENTRE

    (SOUTH BUILDING) BOOTH 826

    CLICK HERE FOR OUR 20% REGISTERATION DISCOUNT

    Building owners, facility managers and service providers at all levels face escalating demands for action in the areas of energy conservation, resource management, environmental sustainability and corporate social responsibility. The range of technologies for facility optimization and productivity are growing rapidly both in terms of the number of options and the complexity of the individual options. SES shops the globe for innovative, effective and proven technologies that can be applied to the Canadian market. The offering we have assembled includes best-in-class for many technological sectors. These products can be easily adapted and incorporated into new and existing buildings and many offer opportunities for energy savings and operational efficiencies. Review our information on the various technologies and programs and the websites of our partners and contact us to tailor our solutions to your needs or find you one that meets your individual requirements. SES is part of Sustainable Resources Management Inc. that includes relationships with other consultants and engineers that use these these innovative and exciting sustainable solutions where applicable and in the best interests of the clients. Follow Us! Request a Consultation




    David Katz, MBA

    President, Sustainable Environmental Solutions

    President, Sustainable Resources Management

    david@sustainable-es.on.ca

    (416) 618-4651

    READ ABOUT OUR BOOTH DISPLAY




    Gino Di Reze. P.Eng.

    President, Ground Heat Geothermal Inc.

    gino@groundheat.com

    (416) 230-4949


    Dan Goldberger, MBA

    OSEA Chair & Membership Campaign Lead

    Dan@Ontario-SEA.org

    (416) 346-7715



    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng.

    Director, School of Energy

    leon@RWInstitute.ca

    (416) 473-4614


    For more information about this special display, please contact:

    David Katz, MBA

    President, Sustainable Environmental Solutions

    President, Sustainable Resources Management

    david@sustainable-es.on.ca

    (416) 618-4651


    • 01 Dec 2022
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Metro Toronto Convention Centre (South)
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    TS132 Building Envelope Improvements for Decarbonization Objectives

    Thu, Dec. 1, 2022, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

    ConEd Credits: OAA 1.5; BSS 1.5

    • Construct Canada
    • Apartment & Condominium Management
    • Building Envelope Solutions
    • Sustainable Design, Environment & Higher Performance Buildings

      The decarbonization challenges of existing buildings is noted in the CaGBC report on deep retrofits of large buildings. The CIB interest rate on the funds are lower for deep retrofits when the projects have greater reductions of GHGs even if they cost more in initial costs. The federal government suggests using a 40-year lifecycle cost fossil fuel savings should reflect the rising price of carbon up to $300/ton. This presentation will review studies on interior and exterior energy savings options for windows while discussing the recladding of buildings and interior insulation options. The speakers will address how to model retrofit options and choose the right size new electric HVAC equipment to meet the changed loads. Join this session to learn new insights and solutions for the decarbonization of existing buildings.


      Speakers

      Philip JuCEO, SEBS (Sustainable Energy and Building Solutions) Engineering

      Philip Ju, Ph.D., P.Eng., is a highly experienced engineer with over 20 years of international experience in the residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial sectors. His extensive list of professional experience includes designing and commissioning mechanical HVAC engineering systems; designing building automation systems (BAS), reviewing BAS shop drawings, programming controllers and commissioning BAS systems; designing renewable energy systems; implementing computer simulations for HVAC systems while also developing HVAC products. Dr. Ju graduated from Tianjin University, China, and is also the CEO of Sustainable Energy and Building Solutions.

      Jiri SkopekSmart City Planner, Jiri Skopek Architect and Smart City Planner

      Jiri Skopek provides advice to building owners and managers on sustainable development in the fields of design, asset and facility management, emergency preparedness, business continuity, smart buildings and innovative planning and business development solutions. He is a vice-chair of Districts 2030 Network Board of Governors, past chair of Sustainable Buildings Canada, and board member of Sustainable Housing Foundation and Beach Community Energy Coop and has been on the Smart Building (ASHRAE) Advisory Council. He leads the ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY & SMART BUILDINGS section of the Smart Building Supercluster Blueprint. He also serves on ISO TC59/SC3 and TC 268 on Sustainable Building Construction and Sustainable Community. Jiri is best known for developing Green Globes environmental assessment tools, which include assessments used by various organizations such as Green Building Initiative (GBI), BOMA Canada, CABA and APPA.

      David KatzPresident, Sustainable Resources Management

      After 27 years of corporate procurement and planning responsibilities with Canadian Bechtel Engineering, Johnson & Johnson and Ontario Hydro, David Katz established Sustainable Resources Management in 1993 to invest in and provide, marketing and administration services to an energy management controls company. Trained on Applied Decision Analysis, Expert Systems and Life Cycle Costs, David provides training and consulting services in the application of these programs as they relate to using resources sustainably. His current focus is on making buildings smarter, healthier and energy efficient using people, programs and products in a holistic way. He participated in establishing OSEA and welcomes leading its energy efficiency council.


      REGISTER AND PAY HERE


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      • 07 Dec 2022
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
      • ONLINE
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      Procurement Assistance Canada: Ontario Region

      Federal Government Bidding Opportunities

      Would you like to learn more about how to bid? This webinar is designed for participants who are ready for a more detailed overview of the bidding process and provides key information to help you bid on opportunities, including:

      · The different types of solicitation documents

      · The main elements of a solicitation document and how to respond to them

      · How bids are evaluated and suppliers are selected

      · How to follow-up after receipt of the bidding process results

      · Best practices, tips and suggestions


      For More Information Please Contact:

      Dan Goldberger
      Chairman of the Board
      Ontario Sustainable Energy Association
      720 Bathurst St., 
      Toronto, ON M5S 2R5
      416-346-7715
      dan@ontario-sea.org
      www.ontario-sea.org



      • 12 Dec 2022
      • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      • Webinar
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      What are the new building automation systems, programs and features – post pandemic and with the new generation of occupants?

      How do these new systems contribute to Green, Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building Objectives?

      Overview of the design and implementation process for making Smart Buildings

      Understanding what to include and what the life cycle economics are for these additional BAS application and systems

      Emerging Applications – Digital Twins, Way Finding, Renewable Energy, Indoor Environmental Quality, Remote and Hybrid Work

      Smart Building Certification programs and rating systems.

      Q & A

      Target Audience:

      • Architects
      • Building & Facility Managers
      • Building Owners
      • Control System Consultants
      • Control System Designers
      • Consulting Engineers
      • Energy Advisors / Auditors
      • HVAC Designers 
      • HVAC Contractors & Suppliers
      • Operating Engineers
      • Portfolio Managers

      Cost: $250 for One Day Intensive Hands On Training

      Register on Eventbrite

      For more information please contact:

      Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng.

      Director, School of Energy

      Resilient World Institute

      Leon@RWINstitute.ca

      (416) 473-4614



      • 15 Dec 2022
      • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      • 5 Shields Court, Unit 108
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      E108 Urban Decarbonization, Renewable Energy & Energy Storage


      This course will provide participants with an overview of renewable energy and energy storage technologies. Applications will include power generation, combined heat and power, and thermal heating and cooling. Real world case studies selected from local and international projects will be used to describe how the technologies are deployed in a practical way. Relevant government regulations, including Ontario’s Environmental Activity Sector Registry will be discussed with considerations for Licensed Engineering Practitioners. Off-grid applications will be reviewed for remote northern communities and mining sites. No laptop is required for this course. Notebook, pen/pencil and calculator are recommended. Photo shooting is not allowed during training.

      Introduction to renewable energy and energy storage fundamentals – including units of measure and electric power grid basics

      Overview of renewable energy in Ontario – understanding where we are and how we got here

      Government policies, regulations and guidelines – including REA, EASR and net metering

      Renewable energy technology overview – including wind turbines, solar (PV and thermal), bioenergy, ground and air source heat pumps, energy from waste and micro-hydro

      Energy storage technology overview – including pumped hydro, batteries, hydrogen, flywheels, compressed air and thermal heating/cooling

      Q & A

      Professional Development Credit Hours: CEUs: 1.4 , PDHs: 14Trainer: Steven Law, P.Eng.: Steven is a recognized expert on both renewable energy and energy storage technologies and regulatory 

      issues related to renewable energy in Ontario. Steven’s professional profile

      For more information about this course please visit: www.RWInstitute.ca/e108

      REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE

      For more information about Resilient World Institute please contact:

      Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng., Director, School of Energy, Resilient World Institute

      Leon@RWInstitute.ca, (416) 473-4614 www.RWInstitute.ca/energy




      • 21 Dec 2022
      • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
      • Grace O'Malley's Pub, 14 Duncan St, Toronto, M5H 3G8
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      Hi Green Drinkers,

      Come join your green colleagues and friends for an evening of networking and fun at our monthly Green Drinks Toronto hosted by Grace O'Malley's Pub.

      Jim Lord, Chair, Green Drinks Toronto

      jim.lord@ecovert.ca




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