Get Social with APPrO!

 

Get social with APPrO 2014!

 

Unstoppable change meets new technology meets new regulation!

 

Confirmed speakers include:  

 

Hon. Bob Chiarelli,  Minister of Energy (Banquet Keynote),

David Hay, Vice Chair, Investment Banking, CIBC World Markets

Mary Hemmingston, Partner, National Sector Leader, LNG, Power and Utilities, KPMG LLP

Brad Lavigne, Hill+Knowlton Strategies

and more.

 

Join the discussion and have your say @APPrOntario #APPrO2014 about subjects like:

 

  • Assessing the impact of DG
  • The new realities for system planning
  • Working in an era of change and localized power
  • How will the LTEP need to change going forward?

...and any other topics you’d like to see discussed this fall at APPrO 2014.

 

Help shape the APPrO 2014 conference program: Tweet us your ideas, conference topics, speaker suggestions and questions:

 

  @APPrOntario #APPrO2014

 

Download the preliminary program and take this opportunity to make suggestions and propose topics of interest to you and your business.

 

APPrO’s Conference Committee will be booking speakers and finalizing the main events between now and September 1, but they’d like to hear from you before the program is finalized.  Now is the time to time to propose ideas and topics that you want to hear discussed at APPrO 2014!

 

Check out the preliminary program and review topics from past events and then tweet your ideas for new session ideas. Pose a question you think the industry should be asking – or tell us what your answer would be @APPrOntario  #APPrO2014

 

Many ways to get involved

 

We encourage you to engage in the planning and development of this year’s program via Twitter @APPrOntario  #APPrO2014. But if you don’t want to share on Twitter, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your comments, ideas and questions. We look forward to your participation.  Or if you want a higher level of involvement, email Jake for an invitation to join us at our monthly planning meetings leading up to the event.

 

Please note: Although we can't guarantee all suggestions will necessarily be turned into conference topics, all that are communicated to us will be considered. APPrO thanks you in advance for your suggestions and your participation in re-tweeting and sharing this information. See you at #APPrO2014!

 

 

Background information on the event

 

APPrO 2014 - the 26th Annual Canadian Power Conference takes place on November 18 & 19, 2014 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It’s Canada's premiere power gen event, spanning all generation technologies.

 

Participate in two full days of information sharing, learning & networking with the people that count in the electric power generation business. If you haven’t already done so, please register here.

 

APPrO 2014 earlybird deadline is September 1! Register to save: http://bit.ly/1mugvPT Info: http://bit.ly/1jnDLdr Or get in touch with us for more details!

 

 

Preliminary list of Conference Topics for APPrO 2014

 

APPrO 2014 will feature leading-edge discussion in the following areas:

 

The electric power industry is once again facing unstoppable change. The interaction of new technology, new market participants, and new regulatory rules will shape the restructuring ahead. In a sector that thrives on both innovation and long-term stability, little will remain untouched. The APPrO 2014 conference examines the coming changes from multiple perspectives and focuses on how generators are preparing to adapt and in many cases, lead the transformation.

 

Hear top experts and industry leaders identify their guideposts for the transition:

 

  • Why the landscape is shifting
  • The shape of restructuring ahead
  • How generators expect to adapt
  • The changes regulators are making
  • What grid owners and operators are likely to do
  • Financing through transition
  • Market evolution during periods of disruption
  • What’s happening to the planning system
  • Value-added partnerships for generators
  • How the politics of electricity will likely evolve

 

Contribute to the discussions on:

 

  • Assessing the impact of DG
  • How the drivers for generation are changing
  • The new realities for system planning
  • Working in an era of change and localized power
  • How will the LTEP need to change going forward?

 

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