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All-Energy Canada Exhibition & Conference -- Solutions based, future oriented

Thursday, October 31st 2013 3:42:10pm

Speaker applications due by December 16, 2013


Connect, Learn, Enable, Transform

All-Energy Canada Exhibition & Conference is the third event in the global All-Energy series. The conference provides a forum for national and international experts in the renewable energy industry and energy conservation sectors an opportunity to exchange views and share knowledge, expertise and experience - with a focus on trading with, and within, North America and internationally. The event is held in association with the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) and the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA).

All-Energy Canada is a multi-stream world class conference and a busy trade show. The event will expand your horizons and expose your organisation to the widest range of complementary interests, partners, clients and customers.

What makes the event truly distinctive is that, in contrast with the very strong “vertical” shows within this sector which traditionally focus on a single generation source (e.g. wind or solar), or on a single community (e.g. investment and finance or regulation), All-Energy Canada engages all stakeholders in a “horizontally structured” conference which will be solutions based and future oriented.

Conference Update -- Call for papers

The conference format and focus has now been finalised, in consultation with a wide variety of enthusiastic All-Energy champions, encompassing the whole spectrum of the alternative energy stakeholder community.

Speakers are being sought with strong expertise and a proven track record in the technology relating to each of the generation sources, and in the processes, systems and thought-leadership required to provide an effective and sustainable investment climate. Case studies and leadership in every aspect of energy efficiency, integrated systems, and transportation will also provide richness to the conference fabric, with debate on the issue of labour and skills to ensure the future of this industry in an increasingly complex world.

Conference Themes:

The conference is designed to be solutions based and future oriented. All conferences streams will look at provincial, domestic and international opportunities, under the following themes:

  • Economic Development

  • Renewable and Resource Development

  • The Carbon Economy

  • Regulation

  • Finance

  • Consumer Demand Management

  • Long-term Planning

  • Smart Grid and Smart Cities

  • Transport

  • Storage

  • The Role of Labour

  • Case studies and best practices

  • Future Solutions

  • Community Power, including a focus on First Nations

  • International Trading


Topics and Technical Categories:

Abstracts are being sought that fall under the above themes, and include, but are not limited to topics covering the following technical categories:

  1. All types of renewable generation (wind, solar, geothermal, wave, tidal, etc.)

  2. All forms of investment and finance (private equity, venture capital, angel investment, government support schemes, community ownership/funding, etc.)

  3. Energy Efficiency & Conservation (management, monitoring, metering, retrofit, green building, lighting, etc.)

  4. Integrated Systems (smart grids, smart cities, storage, transitioning, etc.)

  5. Low carbon transportation (electric, hybrid, hydrogen, infrastructure, biofuels, etc.)

  6. Labour and skills (careers in clean tech/development, skills requirements, training, etc.)


Abstract Guidelines

Deadline: December 16, 2013
Length: Maximum of 500 words
Specifications: The abstract proposal should include a description of the proposed presentation, results/conclusions, and the technical category most applicable to your abstract from the list of topics. Please supply full details of author/presenter.

If Successful: Authors whose abstract proposals are accepted will be required to provide the abstract for inclusion in the conference proceedings along with a PowerPoint presentation. Full details will be supplied to authors after the selection process is completed at the end of December 2013.
Please note: If you would like to submit more than one abstract please submit each abstract as a separate document.

Note to Authors:
Before submitting an abstract please ensure you have the necessary permissions from your line management to submit and present and also the agreement of any companies/persons whose material you may be including or referring to in the presentation. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the necessary permissions in place in advance.

Please visit www.all-energy.ca for further information about the event.

We look forward to receiving your abstracts in due course -- please email them to jonathan.heastie@reedexpo.co.uk.

If you are interested in sponsoring, exhibiting at, or visiting the event please contact Jonathan Heastie at jonathan.heastie@reedexpo.co.uk.

The conference will open with a plenary session, followed by a noon debate, featuring Gord Miller, Ontario Environmental Commissioner on the subject of the Price of Carbon. Panel sessions will include a session convened by Evergreen on integrated strategies for community redesign and retrofitting. The conference will then split into six concurrent sessions covering the topics above, concluding on the second day with a closing plenary which will summarise the lessons learnt and the debates that took place to help to accelerate the development of a road map for the industry.

Please save the date and take this opportunity to network with industry, government, entrepreneurs, regulators and financers who share your passion for this industry. This is your chance to explore new ideas, markets and solutions at an event with the power to transform how you do business.

We look forward to welcoming you to Canada’s clean energy event.


Reed Exhibitions Alternative Energy portfolio is part of Reed Exhibitions, the world’s leading events organizer, with 500 events in 41 countries. In 2012 Reed brought together seven million active event participants from around the world generating billions of dollars in business. Today Reed events are held throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa and organized by 34 fully staffed offices. Reed Exhibitions serves 44 industry sectors with trade and consumer events and is part of the Reed Elsevier Group plc, a world leading provider of professional information solutions. www.reedexpo.com