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Energy Connections 2018

BCIT Burnaby Campus | September 15


We're just three weeks away from Energy Connections 2018! Find out what's in store for Sessions One and Two.

After a continental breakfast is served and welcoming remarks made, we'll dive into our first session: Transportation and Land Use Planning. We are pleased to have Derrick Cheung from TransLink, Tim Barton from the City of Vancouver, David Oliver from Greenlines Technology, and Dale Littlejohn from Community Energy Association speaking.

Here are just a few of the speakers you will hear from in the first half of the day:

Dale Littlejohn is Executive Director of the non-profit Community Energy Association where he leads a team of 14 professionals across BC that consult with local governments on climate research, planning, policy, and infrastructure deployment.

David Oliver is a co-founder of the Smart Cities Committee under the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) tasked with developing the initial regulatory framework across the European Union. In 2018 he co-founded Greenlines Technology with the goal of transforming the way people move around cities, globally.

Session 2, Beyond the Barriers to Charging, looks at how we are overcoming regulatory, proprietary and infrastructure barriers to accelerate EVs in BC. This session will introduce participants to numerous successes and pilots, and help generate new ideas for future projects.

Moderating Session Two is none other than Joey Dabell, who leads Smart Microgrid Applied Research at BCIT. She will be guiding a discussion featuring Charlotte Argue of Plug in BC, Fraser Basin Council, Anaïssa Franca from the Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium, and Neil MacEachern from the City of Port Coquitlam.

Joey Dabell is a Project Leader with the multi-discipline Smart Microgrid Applied Research Team (SMART) at BC Institute of Technology. As a faculty researcher she functions as project manager on research, development and demonstration projects as part of BCIT’s Smart Microgrid Program.

Charlotte Argue is Program Manager for Plug In BC with the Fraser Basin Council. She has been involved in fleet adoption of zero emission vehicles, and administering the provincial charging infrastructure rollout, including public, home and workplace charging incentives.

This is just a glimpse at the speakers we have lined up - learn about the rest here! We hope you will join us in in this year's Energy Connections conference.


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