Keynote speakers, interactive workshops and more at Energy Matters Summit
March 5, 2013 - Hosted by the Region of Peel, TRCA (Toronto Region Conservation Authority) and BOMA Toronto, the Energy Matters Summit is an interactive forum designed to foster energy management collaboration and sharing of best practices.
By Anthony Capkun
The target delegate is anyone who owns, manages or builds multi-tenant, institutional or industrial-sized public- or private-sector buildings, or mass housing projects, and are interested in energy-saving initiatives.
Keynote speakers include: Christine Ervin, former U.S. assistant secretary of energy and founding president and CEO of the U.S. Green Building Council; Jonathan Laski, energy director, C40 Cities; and Dr. Karen Lee, NYC Health Department, Active Design Guidelines.
Delegates can also learn from industry experts in any of five interactive workshops:
• Clean energy technologies
• Energy, environment and sustainability planning
• Beyond benchmarking
• Effective consumer engagement
• Enabling distributed generation
The Energy Matters Summit is being held May 6-7 at the Toronto Congress Centre, 650 Dixon Road, Toronto, Ont. Cost is $495 + HST.