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Energy Connections 2018

BCIT Burnaby Campus | September 15


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We're just FIVE DAYS away from Energy Connections 2018 - register fast!

This Saturday, September 15th at BCIT's Burnaby Campus, you'll have the chance to hear from our speakers in 4 distinct panels on sustainable transportation:

- Transportation and Land Use Planning
- Beyond the Barriers to Charging (EVs)
- Future of Freight
- From Pilots to Industry Drivers

Get involved in the discussion, learn about new innovations in transportation and network among academics and professionals at this year's Energy Connections conference!

Some of the speakers you will hear from are:

Environmental Coordinator City of Port Coquitlam

Neil MacEachern works to implement the City’s Climate Action Plan and Environmental Strategic Plan, entailing community carbon modelling, emissions target setting, corporate GHG reporting, and all other things environmental. Previously, he carried out emissions project verification and environmental auditing with KPMG. Neil is a graduate of Carbon Management at the University of Edinburgh and BCIT’s Sustainable Energy Management program.

Senior Citywide & Transit-Planning Engineer at City of Vancouver

Tim Barton leads both a transit team, as well as team considering future mobility options including ride hailing, autonomous vehicles and Mobility as a Service. Current key projects include working with TransLink to deliver a successful 41st Avenue B-Line, planning for a future downtown streetcar and preparing the city for ride hailing. Tim is also involved in a number of strategic transportation planning initiatives across the City.

Research Associate at BCIT Applied Research

Kelly Carmichael leads the EV infrastructure projects at BCIT which aims to create infrastructure solutions to be ready for wide adoption of electric vehicles. He participates in Open Charge Alliance to develop common protocols to be used by current and future charging infrastructure. The latest project was demonstrating the ability to charge electric vehicles using spare capacity in municipal street lights after LED upgrades.

Founding Director of BC Sustainable Energy Association

Tom Hackney is a policy expert specializing in high level energy transformation concepts, as well as utility regulation. He leads BCSEA’s 100% Renewable Energy by 2050 initiative, which has been engaging and supporting municipalities in greater Victoria to understand, adopt and implement a target of meeting all community energy needs with renewable energy by 2050.

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.


Sincerely,

Your BC Sustainable Energy Association

#EC2018

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