Top Renewable Energy CEOs to Convene in Toronto This April
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Jan. 15, 2013) - The thought-leading speaker line-up for the 4th annual Ontario Feed-In Tariff Forum, April 2-4, 2013, was announced today with the majority of CEOs leading renewable energy companies in Canada confirmed to attend this industry-critical event including:
John Carson, CEO, Alterra Power
Patrick Lemaire, President and Chief Executive Officer, Boralex
Michael Polsky, Founder, President, and CEO, Invenergy
Uwe Roeper, CEO, Xeneca Power
Kerry Adler, President and CEO, SkyPower Global
Mike Crawley, President, International Power Canada
Mike Garland, CEO, Pattern Energy
Dr. Michael Dan, President, Gemini Power Corp.
Mike Snow, President, Algonquin Power Company
Now in its 4th year, the Ontario Feed-In Tariff Forum has seen remarkable year-on-year growth and is now established as the annual spring event for the renewables industry. More than 500 attendees from across North America and Europe are expected to attend this year. Key decision-makers from all technologies will gather to understand project opportunities, gain clarity on FIT program developments and do business.
After five months of intensive primary research, this year's agenda reflects the topics industry has outlined as critical to their success in Ontario. This renewable energy industry is seeking clarity on the opportunities under the province's FIT program and the next steps for renewables in the province. Whether attendees are looking to answer a particular question about a FIT project or application or are looking to understand the full picture for the Ontario and Canadian renewables market, the forum will deliver the right contacts and essential market intelligence.
This year's forum features the biggest and best speaker line-up with 130+ thought-leading speakers from across all technologies. It also includes a full-day stream called the National Renewable Energy Forum which will take place on April 2. Built in response to developers' desire to better understand the picture for renewables across Canada, this inaugural thought-leaders forum will focus on key provincial markets that are expected to offer the next project opportunities including British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec. It will also examine the bigger challenges that the renewables industry faces including building social license, influencing provincial and national energy policy and creating a strong and united voice for renewables.
Visit www.ofit2013.com to view the full agenda and book your place.
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