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The Energy Transition and the Blurring of Federal-Provincial Responsibilities: Opportunity or Impediment?

01 mai 2023

13 h 00 à 14 h 00

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Note the time is in EST.

Investors, consumers, policy-makers and utilities are adapting to massive change as part of “energy transition”. Beyond reliability, resilience and affordability, power will need to be clean and intertwined with industrial policy to support economic development and competitiveness. Staggering investments of capital, labour, technology, and materials will be required. The consequences of standing idly by are unacceptable. But provincial markets, constitutionally responsible for powering our homes and businesses, are no longer alone in plotting the course we will take – the federal government is taking a more and more prominent role.

As evident from the emerging Clean Electricity Standard, to the recently announced Energy Transformation Task Force with the United States, Chris Benedetti, Managing Partner at Sussex Strategy Group, will outline these trends and the impacts they will have for stakeholders across the power and utilities market.

Chris will be joined by Dave Butters, President & CEO of APPrO and BLG Partner and National Lead, ESG Initiative and APPrO board member John Vellone.

We hope you can join us! Please respond by April 28, 2023.

CPD information

ON | This session is eligible for up to 1.0 hour of substantive content.

If you have any questions about this event, please email Kathleen Wells at [email protected].