Energy 2.0 - A Changing World
Where are our energy policies taking us? By 2020, will Quebec have reached its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets? Will it have optimized the full range of its choices and developed renewable energy sectors to their full potential?
On February 19th and 20th, come hear what the experts have to say.
- 100% renewable by 2050
Josh Laughren, Director of the WWF Climate and Energy Program and Marie-Claude Lemieux, Director for Quebec, share the results of the joint WWF-Ecofys study on the future of renewable energy worldwide.
- Renewable Energy Development in the Shale Era
International energy expert Alvaro E. Pereira examines the relationship between renewable energy development and the shale gas market in New England.
- Round table "New markets for renewables"
Between 2001 and 2011, the global production of electricity from renewable sources went from 2862.4 TWh to 4447.5 TWh, which represents a 4.5% increase. There were quite a few fluctuations over the course of the decade. What are the current market trends for renewable energy in Quebec and abroad? Jean-Pierre Lessard of KPMG and Dany Lemieux of Econoler take stock.
- "Energy 2.0" Workshops
Targeted workshops on hot topics relevant to day-to-day activities in the field.
- Technical training
- For engineers:
Using Distributed Intelligence to Aid MicroGrid and Distribution Technology Deployment, with Robert Leigh, CEO of LocalGrid
- For lawyers:
Quebec's Loi 1 with Me Maxime Turcotte of Stikeman Elliott;
- For managers:
Optimisation des systèmes énergétiques : outils quantitatifs et perspective européenne with Arnaud Renaud, PhD, CEO Artelys and Guillaume Tarel, PhD, VP Artelys Canada