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  • OSEA: New Ontario Organization is Advancing the Role Women in Renewable Energy
    Services Webinars Resources Resource Library Community Power Community Power Publications Energy Policy Economics Guidebooks and Tools Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates News Updates New Ontario Organization is Advancing the Role Women in Renewable Energy via Alternatives Journal WiRE is creating unique opportunities for women to connect with the renewable energy sector At the 2013 Canadian Wind Energy Association s CanWEA conference r a new group launched to encourage greater inclusivity in the energy field Women in Renewable Energy WiRE Founded and co chaired by Rebecca Black and Joanna Szarek Osawe this non profit organization is dedicated to furthering education and awareness surrounding renewable energy development and policy in Ontario Black and Szarek Osawe have been networking and fostering engagement for several years as the GTA chapter of Women of Wind Energy Rebranding this chapter as WiRE was seen as a way to address a broader audience and be more inclusive to the vast field of renewable energy RE WiRE aims to develop a policy voice by advancing the role and recognition of women working in the diverse RE sector Read more Original article

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  • OSEA: Sun Country Highway Links Arms with ABB to Offer Electric Vehicle Fast Charging
    SCH the only company in the world to offer level 1 level 2 and level 3 charging solutions as well as extended range full size electric vehicles eREVs As part of Sun Country Highway s SCH expanded mission to green highways across North America SCH has partnered with ABB a global leader in power automation and electric vehicle charging technology SCH is a leader in sustainable transportation deploying state of the art infrastructure to accelerate electric vehicle EV adoption across North America SCH plans to advance inter regional economic development while simultaneously encouraging electric vehicle manufacturers and parts suppliers to ramp up plug in electric vehicle production in the US Canada and abroad Andy Bartosh Program Manager for ABB s Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure business in North America is enthusiastic about working with SCH ABB is proud to have partners like Sun Country Highway who has been a leader in EVSE development in Canada SCH is clearly accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles and helping the transition to a more sustainable future We love the versatility of dual port CHAdeMO and SAE Combo that ABB brings to the table because it means that no EV with DC charging capability is left out of the picture added Christopher Misch Vice President of Sun Country Highway Whether someone owns a Mitsubishi iMiEV Nissan Leaf Tesla Model S BMW i3 or any other EV coming to market we will have a charging solution to get drivers to 80 battery state of charge in about 25 minutes SCH has already strategically deployed hundreds of the highest speed level two charging stations across Canada but aims to further reduce barriers to EV adoption by adding 400 volt direct current DC charging products from ABB We plan to move ahead with 20 or more installations this

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  • OSEA: Nobel Peace Prize winner is Keynote speaker for All-Energy Canada Conference in Toronto
    is celebrated for establishing the economic and technical basis for environmentally sound energy technologies to be commercialized in developing nations He was the Manager of Technology Commercialization at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the 1990s In 1999 he became a Visiting Professor at Aalborg University in Denmark where he was a Fulbright Fellow in the early 1990s when he was asked in late 2000 by California Governor Gray Davis to be his Special Advisor on Renewable Energy Emerging Technologies and Finance due to the energy crisis Dr Clark is the author of eight books and more than 50 peer reviewed articles focused on the economics and politics of global sustainable communities His latest book Global Sustainable Communities Handbook will be released by Elsevier Press just prior to his All Energy Canada appearance Later in 2014 The Green Industrial Revolution co authored with Grant Cooke will be published by Elsevier Press in both English and Mandarin We are very pleased to have Dr Clark as our keynote speaker said Jonathan Heastie Exhibition Director at Reed Exhibitions His work and counsel is tremendously well respected globally His message is both practical and visionary He will outline to attendees paths forward suitable for businesses and investors citizens and governments of all levels In addition to Dr Clarke s appearance the two day All Energy Canada agenda features leading renewable energy sector speakers from around the world There is also a free to attend trade show with many Canadian and overseas exhibitors in the Green Energy and Green Technology industry Collaborating with Reed Exhibitions are Ontario Sustainable Energy Association OSEA and Canadian Solar Industry Association CanSIA For more details visit http www all energy ca To arrange an interview before or during the Conference please contact Michael Zupanic at mzupanic ecostrategy ca or call

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  • OSEA: IESO and OPA energy storage procurements moving forward
    Home News Updates News Updates IESO and OPA energy storage procurements moving forward Find out about the energy storage procurements the OPA and IESO are moving forward with In early March the IESO will be moving forward with an RFP calling for 35 MW of storage that would focus on providing reliability ancillary services to help address issues observed on the power system Subsequently the OPA will release an RFP

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  • OSEA: North American Solar Seeks To Learn From Germany's Grid Integration Trials
    Tools Renewable Energy articles publications Sustainable Energy OSEA Archives Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates News Updates North American Solar Seeks To Learn From Germany s Grid Integration Trials via SolarIndustryMag com Despite its success in managing variable generation power sources such as wind and solar Germany s electricity distribution system is beginning to show signs of saturation And while German officials work to resolve grid related challenges U S and Canadian solar advocates who view Germany as a bellwether are closely monitoring developments The aggressive pro solar policies in Germany created the demand that brought affordable solar to the U S says Bob Gibson spokesman at the Washington D C based Solar Electric Power Association SEPA The U S market will continue to benefit from the solar experience in Germany if that country leads the way to efficiently managing a high penetration of solar on the grid With about 5 of its gross electricity production supplied by solar generation Germany is one the world s leading solar photovoltaic markets In May 2012 Germany s solar PV systems delivered an astounding 30 of country wide peak delivery demand However while celebrating the

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  • OSEA: Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre (SSMIC) Bio Technology RFP
    Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates News Updates Sault Ste Marie Innovation Centre SSMIC Bio Technology RFP The Sault Ste Marie Innovation Centre SSMIC on behalf of a group of community stakeholders is pleased to issue an RFP inviting companies to take part in developing a wood based bioenergy project s for the Sault Ste Marie area SSMIC are looking for a project which can promote local economic growth

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  • OSEA: Video: Imagine what we can do together
    Green Energy Act Campaign Renewable Energy Standard Offer Program RESOP Search Home News Updates News Updates Video Imagine what we can do together Imagine an Ontario powered heated cooled and moved by a diverse portfolio of sustainable energy solutions Watch our new video produced with our friends at Hobe Hosokawa to see how OSEA is championing policy and regulatory change to build a stable vibrant sector that creates good jobs

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  • OSEA: Three days away: Grow your international business in the renewable energy sector
    Conference Grid For more information the complete presenter list or to register for the conference and speakers please visit http www all energy ca To arrange media accreditation or to schedule interviews with speakers please contact Maria Leung Environmental Communication Options at 416 972 7401 office or 416 829 5932 cell or email mleung ecostrategy ca Below are the speakers for the trading sessions NEAR MARKET TRADING WITHIN NORTH AMERICA LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN April 9 2014 12 30pm 4 00pm Room 109A Exhibition Floor Conference Session 12 30 pm George Mallay General Manager Sarnia Lambton Economic Partnership 1 30 pm Stefan Popescu Commercial Specialist US Commercial Service US Department of Commerce 2 00 pm Leigh Rodriguez St Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency 2 30 pm Javier Dómokos Ruiz Consul General Consulate General of Cuba 3 00 pm Juan Figueroa Trade Commissioner Trade Commission of Chile 3 30 pm Garrick Ng Co Chair Sustainability Committee Brazil Canada Chamber of Commerce BCCC FAR MARKET TRADING EUROPE ASIA AFRICA April 10 2014 10 30 13 00 Room 109A Exhibition Floor Conference Session 10 30 am Donnadelliah Maluleke Consul Economic South African Consulate General in Chicago 11 00 am Speaker tbc Japan External Trade Organization JETRO 11 30 am Herwig Neuper Vice Consul Deputy Trade Commissioner Consulate General of Austria 12 00 am Helen Hemmingsen Trade Officer Neil Lilliott Investment Officer UK Trade Investment Other featured speakers include Opening Plenary Dr Woodrow Woody Clark one of the contributing scientists to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change UNIPCC which as an organization was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2007 along with Al Gore and the film An Inconvenient Truth Bob Rae Senior Partner Olthuis Kleer Townshend Former Premier of Ontario and Interim Federal Leader for the Liberal Party of Canada He currently assists First Nations communities with issues relating to Northern Ontario s Ring of Fire Chief Gordon Planes Chief of T Sou ke Nation in British Columbia He is working closely with the community to make it a leader in renewable energy food security cultural renaissance and economic development He also serves as a director on the Lands Advisory Board which oversees First Nations land management across Canada Mike Crawley President GDF SUEZ He was on the Ontario Government s Electricity Conservation and Supply Task Force and was a co chair of the Renewable Energy Task Team He currently sits on the Boards of the Association of Power Producers of Ontario and Clean Energy BC Closing Plenary Gord Miller Environmental Commissioner of Ontario an independent officer appointed by the Legislative Assembly of Ontario who reports on the reduction of greenhouse gas government compliance with the Environmental Bill of Rights and the progress of energy efficiency in Ontario Colin Andersen Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Power Authority He leads the organization in its efforts to coordinate province wide conservation initiatives plan the electricity system for the long term and procure clean supply resources For the complete list of

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