202228Sep7:30 AM5:15 PM2022 C.O.R.E. Conference: Transitioning to Net Zero7:30 AM - 5:15 PM ADT Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, 1055 Marginal Rd Halifax, NS B3H 4P7 Organizer: The Maritimes Energy Association Region:AtlanticTopic:EnergyCost:$$$$Confidence:Medium
The Maritimes Energy Association (MEA), in partnership with Net Zero Atlantic, is hosting the 2022 C.O.R.E. Conference
C.O.R.E. Conference is the largest and most significant event of the year for Atlantic Canada’s energy and climate leaders. This year’s conference – taking place as MEA marks its 40th anniversary – is a one-day event with the theme of Transitioning to Net Zero. The conference is designed to ignite important conversations, initiate thought-provoking debates and deliver a forum to discuss what the future holds for Canada’s energy sector.
You will experience best-in-class conference programming, including sessions on how we can achieve net zero in the Atlantic region, with a focus on hydrogen, onshore and offshore wind, energy system modelling, energy and grid security, and regional perspectives on GHG emissions reductions.
To view the conference agenda, please click here.
This year’s conference will continue to deliver influential speakers and serve as host to a gathering of key energy sector influencers in Canada and beyond. You’ll also enjoy stellar opportunities for networking at our annual Saltwater Social Welcome Reception and Closing Dinner. You won’t want to miss out!
The MEA and NZA are pleased to announce that the C.O.R.E. Conference dinner will include a panel discussion with members of the Nova Scotia Power executive team including Peter Gregg, President & CEO, Mark Sidebottom, Chief Clean Energy Officer and Lia MacDonald, VP Transmission, Distribution and Delivery.
Nova Scotia Power is committed to achieving Canada’s and Nova Scotia’s ambitious clean energy targets by 2030 – including 80% renewable electricity and the closure of all coal units – and has a leading role to play as an enabler and driver of the province’s green future. Achieving this shared and exciting future vision will take innovative thinking, hard work and collaboration. Nova Scotia has the potential to be one of the cleanest, lowest-carbon, and future-ready regions in Canada—to have a thriving green economy powered by cleaner energy, and a reliable, resilient grid to power the lives of Nova Scotians, every day.
Cancellations received in writing will be accepted up to and including five business days prior to the event date. A refund will be issued minus a 20% cancellation fee. Cancellations received less than five business days prior to the event will not be accepted however substitutions are welcome. If the Government of Nova Scotia enforces restrictions that prevent safely hosting this event when the event date draws near, we will postpone or cancel the event and offer registrants a full refund.
Wednesday, September 28 - 7:30am 2022 - Wednesday, September 28 - 5:15pm 2022 ADT
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
1055 Marginal Rd Halifax, NS B3H 4P7
The Maritimes Energy Association