Energy 2011 – A Lean and Green Future: Making Energy Visible
September 21, 2011 - The Canadian Industrial Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC)—in partnership with Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME)—is bringing together the country’s leading energy experts, industry leaders and energy efficiency suppliers to share best practices and explore the new frontiers in industrial energy efficiency at Energy 2011 - "A Lean and Green Future: Making Energy Visible”.
September 21, 2011 By Anthony Capkun
Scheduled for November 29-30 at the Toronto International Centre, the conference’s aim is to provide the latest information and tools needed to increase efficiency and maximize profits while reducing the environmental footprint of Canadian businesses.
Key features of this year’s event include:
• Solutions-based workshops, panel sessions and plant tours
• An expanded energy showcase and tradeshow
• A CEO discussion on the journey from vision to profitability
• An overview of new technologies
• Sessions exploring the role of next-generation energy managers
Topics that will be explored include:
• energy management best practices
• innovative and emerging technologies
• ISO 50001 energy management systems standard
• energy data logging and monitoring
• industry case studies and success stories
Who should attend?
More than 400 industry decision-makers are expected to attend. Participants are those interested in engaging with business leaders and energy efficiency experts to discuss business opportunities in energy management, energy efficiency financing, waste heat recovery, innovative practice and technology and much more.
Anyone interested in learning how Canadian industry can reduce energy use while improving economic performance and reducing their environmental footprint won’t want to miss this event.
• Industry decision-makers (Presidents/CEOs, CFOs, plant managers, engineers, technicians, heads/members of corporate R&D teams)
• Alternative energy suppliers
• Energy efficiency experts
• Investment community (banks, venture capital, ESCOs)
• Ontario and federal governments
• Academic researchers
Join leading business innovators to discuss how Canadian industry can achieve a lean and green future by making energy visible. Energy 2011 promises an “unmatched setting” for sponsors and exhibitors to promote their products and services.
EARLY BIRD rate available until October 21.
For info and to Register, visit www.energy2011.ca.
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