9th Annual BC Power Summit

$499.00

SKU: EYP14949 Category:

Description

Report Code: EYP14949.  May, 2014  |  Vancouver, BC

ARTICLE 1: The Power Supply Outlook for LNG and Other Large Industrial Projects – The Real Demand and How to Meet It

Keith Sashaw
President and Chief Executive Officer
Association of Consulting Engineering Companies of BC

ARTICLE 2: The Future of Natural Gas Generation in British Columbia

Cynthia Des Brisay
Vice President, Energy Supply and Resource Development
FortisBC

ARTICLE 3: The Future Role of Natural Gas Fired Generation in BC and Beyond

Patricio Fuenzalida, B.Sc. (Eng), MBA
Director Business Development, US West
Capital Power Corporation

ARTICLE 4: Industrial Electricity Policy Review Finding by the Task Force

Tim Newton
Member
Industrial Electricity Policy Review Task Force

ARTICLE 5: “The Future of Electricity Rates”

Richard Stout
Executive Director
Association of Major Power Customers of BC

ARTICLE 6: What is the Future of the Clean Energy Sector in British Columbia?

Dr. Paul Kariya
Executive Director
Clean Energy BC

ARTICLE 7: “The Future for IPPs”

Richard Stout
Executive Director
Association of Major Power Customers of BC

ARTICLE 8: Microgrids – Why North America is the World’s Best Market

Peter Asmus
Principal Research Analyst
Navigant Research

ARTICLE 9: Cumulative Effects: Energy Choices for the Peace Region

Tribal Chief Liz Logan
Treaty 8 British Columbia
Fort Nelson First Nation

ARTICLE 10: CUMULATIVE IMPACTS

Gwen Johansson
Mayor, District of Hudson’s Hope

ARTICLE 11: Cumulative Impacts of Major Power Projects

Frank Wszelaki
President and Chief Executive Officer
Columbia Power

ARTICLE 12: Cumulative Effects of Major Energy Projects – The Legal Framework

Paul Wilson
Partner
Fasken Martineau, LLP

ARTICLE 13: Providing Electricity to Remote Communities

Nick Hawley
Director
Koho Power Corporation

ARTICLE 14: Providing Electricity to Remote Communities

Pieter van Gils
Principal
Headwater Capital

ARTICLE 15: What Does the Future Hold for Residential and Commercial Consumers?

Andrew Pape-Salmon
Senior Specialist – Energy
RDH Building Engineering Ltd.
Vice Chair of the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance

ARTICLE 16: What Does the Future Hold for Residential and Commercial Customers

Jason Wolfe
Director, Market Development
FortisBC