Join a diverse group of storytellers from Alberta’s renewable energy community for a fun, informative and unique evening of entertainment called the Powered by PechaKucha night “30”, held in conjunction with CanWEA. The evening is co-hosted by Calgary Economic Development and BD&P Law.
Devised in Tokyo in 2003, PechaKucha Nights are now taking place in over 680 cities around the world. Drawing their name from the Japanese term for the sound of "chit chat," PechaKucha Nights are based on a simple presentation format: speakers present 20 slides each, for only 20 seconds per slide.
The CANWEA Powered by PechaKucha night “30” will be held on Wednesday, November 2 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 p.m. in the Palomino Room at the BMO Centre in Calgary.
Guests are encouraged to arrive at 5:30 for registration and refreshments. Please present your CanWEA delegate pass or Eventbrite confirmation at registration.
Tickets are $10 or free with your CanWEA delegate pass (promo code required). There will be of course be tasty libations to follow this fun night of ‘chit chat’.
A rural Alberta development officer
A fearless and unforgettable trailblazer from Alberta’s oil and gas industry
The creator of an energy literacy program for grade 4 students
An entreprenurial and innovative Calgary wind developer
An Alberta citizen who is truly embracing the energy transition
A college instructor who teaches about wind turbines
A renewable energy consultant that's mapped Alberta's entire history in the wind business!
The CanWEA Annual Conference and Exhibition is one of the oldest and most prestigious wind energy events in the world.
In 2016 the CanWEA Annual Conference and Exhibition will take place in Calgary, Alberta – an ideal location to focus on Western Canada’s wind energy developments. In 2015, Alberta elected a new government that is committed to phasing out coal-fired electricity generation, expanding renewable energy sources, and adopting more aggressive actions on climate change.
Each year, CanWEA hosts more than 1,500 delegates and 100 exhibitors from 13 countries that are active in Canada’s wind energy market, providing a platform to review the latest developments and form valuable connections.