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Sarnia-Lambton Energy Symposium 2017
Thu, 23 March 2017, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM EDT
You are cordially invited to attend the 2nd annual Sarnia-Lambton Energy Symposium on March 23rd 2017 at the Lambton College Residence and Event Centre in Sarnia, Ontario, from 8:30am to 3:00pm. The symposium is a one day event focusing on renewable energies, energy storage, micro-grid technologies, material development for energy applications, policies, strategies, trends and initiatives.
The morning session will mainly focus on energy minimization with a Cap & Trade discussion panel. In the afternoon technical presentations and academia representatives will show case innovation in energy storage, micro grid technologies, heavy-duty electric vehicle, etc.
Confirmed Presenters Include;
- Neetika Sathe - Vice President, Corporate Development I at PowerSteam Inc.: Innovation @ PowerStream
- Martin Vroegh - Senior Director, Greenhouse Gas Reduction Technologies at OCE: Ontario Centres of Excellence TargetGHG & Utilizing Biomass to Mitigate GHG Emissions
- Micheal Berends - Head of Carbon Sales at ClearBlue Markets: Preparing the Ontario Carbon Market
- Dr. Rajiv K. Varma - Senior Member IEEE and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Western: Nighttime Solar Technology
- Dr. Murray McLaughlin - Advisor at Bioindustrial Innovation Canada: BioHybrid Cluster
- Josipa G. Petrunic, Ph.D. - Executive Director & CEO at Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC): CUTRIC Plan-Ontario Electric Bus Demonstration & Integration Trial: a pathway towards standardization of low-carbon electrified transit solution
- Mike Voll - Sector Leader, Microgrids and Energy Storage at Stantec: Micro Grid Research Project
- Gary Michor - CEO at ScreamingPower: Mobilizing Data for the Energy Industry
- Kamran Siddiqui, Ph.D. - Mechanical & Materials Engineering Professor at University of Western: Thermal Storage system: Significance and Challenges
- Peter Smith - Energy Consultant and Board member of the Sierra Canada Foundation: How Cap & Trade Impacts Industry
- Nik Schruder - Sr. Manager, Program & Partner Services at IESO: Ontario’s Conservation First Framework
- Dr. Ehsan Samadani - Research assistant at University of Waterloo and Faculty of Applied Science and Technology at Sheridan College: Electrical Grid Profile and Impact, CAES-Grid Overview
- Fraser Lord & Jai Duhan – University of Waterloo: Geomechanics of CAES in the Sarnia Region: Design of a Facility
A Few Notes:
- A tour of few research projects at Lambton College will be available after the conference.
- Free parking will be available.