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Ontario's green energy future to be focus of third annual Community Power Conference

Friday, October 14th 2011 4:45:59pm

How will the Feed-in-Tariff review shape Green Energy 2.0 in Ontario?

Media Advisory

Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) to host its third annual Community Power Conference.

• Community and Commercial developers
• Lenders and investors
• Community Leaders and Delegates
• Economic Development Officers
• Chief Administrative Officers
• Mayors
• School Board Representatives
• Union Representatives
• Small & Medium Size Business Owners
• Manufacturers
• Farmers
• First Nations and Métis
• Students

November 14th and 15th, 2011

Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Level 800, Hall G & Room 803
222 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON

The green energy sector in Ontario has been threatened by uncertainty in recent months due to the provincial election and the highly anticipated Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) review. Developers, manufactures, government and investors are concerned about what may happen to the industry, their projects and businesses. Residents and communities are concerned whether clean air and water, newfound well paying jobs, local project ownership and hope, will be yanked from underneath them.  Ontario's green energy sector is entering its next phase and it is yet unknown what this new chapter will look like and how industry participants and communities will operate in the new climate.

Join the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association for its third annual conference to hear about and discuss the FIT review, Green Energy Ontario 2.0, and practical training on how to drive community-led and community-commercial project partnerships.

And while you are here rubbing shoulders and building your knowledge and network, join the industry's sustainable energy champions and Ontario's top chefs at the Steam Whistle Brewery as we throw the sector's best and most exclusive social event, the Green Connection on Monday, November 14th.

While attending the conference be sure to tour our Power Networking Centre trade show, held in partnership with the Association of Power Producers of Ontario.

See conference program and more conference details at: http://www.cpconference.ca


For more information, contact: Nicole Risse at nicole@ontario-sea.org or (416) 977-4441 ext. 5205

The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) works to initiate, facilitate and support the work of local sustainable energy organizations through membership services and province wide capacity-building and non-partisan policy work. It promotes the benefits of Community Power and renewable energy through advocacy, public outreach and capacity building.