Energy Storage in Canada Conference Program Focused on Market Opportunity and Energy Transition: September 19-20, 2017
Thursday, September 7th 2017 12:25:33pm
Energy Storage in Canada is the largest Canadian conference solely focused on energy storage. “We are proud of our success in bringing together energy storage supply chain leaders with influential decision makers in the broader energy sector,” stated Patricia Phillips, Executive Director, Energy Storage Canada. This event has become an important event for storage players in Canada and from other jurisdictions in the U.S. and globally.
More than 30 expert speakers will present along with keynotes from industry leaders from Canada, the U.S and internationally. The program includes:
• Transforming Markets
• Implementation of Storage Now
• Alberta Study: Canada’s Energy Storage RoadMap
• New and Emerging Storage Opportunities in Canada
• Perspectives on Global Evolution of Energy Storage
• The CEO Panel
Ms. Phillips observed, “It is an exciting time in Canada’s energy storage industry as it continues to build momentum with rapidly growing companies, commercialized technologies, and successful installations on both sides of the meter.” “These all have an impact on the energy transition and the energy economy. With advances in energy and climate policy, evolution of markets and regulations, new value streams, and constant innovation, this surge will only continue.”
For the first time, the Energy Storage in Canada: Connecting to Now conference offers attendees the option to choose among three (3) unique tours of energy storage installations in the Greater Toronto Area ranging from utility battery installations to compressed air energy storage on Toronto Island.
ABOUT ENERGY STORAGE CANADA
Energy Storage Canada (ESC) is the national association for the energy storage industry in Canada and represents the full supply chain of energy storage. ESC focuses on advancing opportunities and building the market for energy storage through advocacy, networking and stakeholder education.
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