A clean energy revolution is underway around the globe, driven by the threat of climate change, rapid technological advancements, and the declining cost of storage, solar and wind. In this context, the 2020s are a decisive decade if Canada is to fulfill its long-term climate commitments and build back better from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leading the Charge will provide a platform for stakeholders to discuss the practical steps we need to take and technological leaps we need to make over the next 10 years.
The two-day event will fuse academic and technical expertise with practical industry experience, bringing together high-level talent and decision-makers to explore all aspects of clean energy, including the effects of carbon pricing, the rollout of government hydrogen strategies, the push from major automakers into electric vehicles, the potential impact of transactive energy on the electricity grid, and the role of university R&D.
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