April 16-17, 2019 - Halifax, NS - Pier 21
Smart Energy presented by Emera is Canada’s #1 conference in the smart, clean, and renewable sectors. You will have the chance to exchange ideas with other municipal leaders, potential funders and partners, renewable energy companies, commercial consumers, academics, and technology innovators. Knowledge and contacts acquired at the 15th Annual Smart Energy presented by Emera will help save money and the environment.
Spaces are filling up fast, so now is the perfect time to register.
November 15, 2018 - Moncton, NB - Crowne Plaza, 1005 Main Street
The Maritimes Energy Association, in partnership with several key stakeholders will sit down to discuss the issues and the future of natural gas in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia - 2020 and beyond.
Date: Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Venue: Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown, 1005 Main Street
Time: 10:00 AM– 1:00 PM
The Atlantica Centre for Energy continues to believe that New Brunswick must develop its onshore shale resources to remain competitive and viable. Similarly, the Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines recently released its Onshore Petroleum Atlas which showcased a potential silver lining, but as we’ve seen - onshore natural gas development is not without controversy. Reaction has been swift, with voices either denouncing or promoting the need to revisit the legislation in place that installed a moratorium or bans hydraulic fracturing in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
We invite you to join us for the next step of this important discussion as we delve further into the subject by enabling robust dialogue on the challenges and opportunities for the future.
November 9, 2018 - Saint John, NB - Hilton Saint John/Saint John Trade and Convention Centre
It’s a digital world. Automation, analytics, and artificial intelligence are already here and their reach is expanding. This global reality offers huge opportunities for Atlantic Canada. The trick is to embrace technology to minimize risk and maximize return so the region is not left behind.
Businesses can increase productivity and build profitability, but they may need to adapt everything from recruitment and training to long-term strategy and infrastructure planning. All Atlantic Canadian businesses, large or small, need to know the best way to scale-up in this new reality.
This year’s Outlook conference delves further into this topic with a range of business speakers discussing their experience with adoption of such new technologies. APEC’s economists will also share their economic outlook, including discussion of the new trade agreement with the US and Mexico.
Join us for a door-opening dialogue with business leaders, covering:
- The impact of technology on industries across our region
- The surprising automation that’s already here and what’s around the corner
- How to adopt — and adapt to — the best technologies for you and your business.
Confirmed speakers in Saint John include:
Faisal Kazi, President and CEO, Siemens Canada Limited (keynote)
Jason Killam, Chief Forester, J.D. Irving, Limited
Venky Kulkarni,Senior VP - Business Operations, Technology & Digital Innovation, Medavie Blue Cross
Steve Maynard, Partner, Data & Analytics Leader, EY
Bryana Ganong, President & CEO, Ganong
This will be an important session for you and the strategic planners on your team. For more details and to register, please visit www.outlookconference.ca