8th Annual Atlantic canada & NE U.S. Power summit

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Report Code: EYP10609. October, 2010. Saint John, N.B

ARTICLE I

Challenges Facing North American Electricity Industry

Pierre A. Guimond
President and Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Electricity Association

ARTICLE II

Regional Activities – Developing Relationship with Maine and New England

John Kerry
Director
Governor’s Office of Energy Independence and Security
State of Maine

ARTICLE III

Community Power in the Energy Mix of Atlantic Canada

Dr. Yves Gagnon
K.C. Irving Chair in Sustainable Development
Université de Moncton
Chaire K.C. Irving en développement durable
Université de Moncton

ARTICLE IV

Community Power and the New Nova Scotia Renewable Electricity Plan

Dan Roscoe
Chief Operating Officer
Scotian Windfields Inc.

ARTICLE V

Considerations for Implementing Feed in Tariffs for Atlantic Canada

John Dalton
President
Power Advisory LLC

ARTICLE VI

Regional Coordination in the Northeast

Sylvain Gignac
President and Chief Executive Officer
New Brunswick System Operator (NBSO)

ARTICLE VII

ISO New England 2010 Regional System Plan (RSP10)

Steve Rourke
Vice President of System Planning
ISO New England

ARTICLE VIII

Carbon Management in the North American Energy Market: Jurisdictional Specificities & Universal Truths

Gay Harley
Public Advocacy and Carbon Management
Scotian Carbon Service

ARTICLE IX

Who we are, what we are doing and where we fit in

Cyril Johnston
Vice-Chairman
New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board

ARTICLE X

Why Community Power?

David Coon
Executive Director
Conservation Council of New Brunswick

ARTICLE XI

Community Energy

Keith Melvin
Business Development Officer, Renewable Energy and Emerging Technologies
DOE, NB’s Community Energy Policy

ARTICLE XII

Wind Energy – Opportunities for Atlantic Canada

Paul Pynn P.Eng.
President
EON WindElectric Inc.

ARTICLE XIII

Atlantic Power Industry

John Herron
Vice President
Atlantica Centre for Energy Inc.