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2016 Upcoming Events

     

 

FEB
2

 

Energy Council of Canada Event
February 2, 2016 – Ottawa, Ontario
The 2016 Updates and Insights event will focus on: energy supply, transportation and transmission, energy storage, human resources, and issues related thereto. This event will provide updates and insights from the leading executives of Canada’s energy, oil and gas sector, as well as discuss the impacts of the outcomes from the COP 21 conference in an open session. For more information,
click here.

 

     

 

FEB
11-12

 

Cyber Security: The Human Factor
February 11-12 – Ottawa, ON
Find out from experts and peers how they are defending their organizations from attacks. Learn about the latest approaches you can use to identify and stop threats as well as the best people practices that address the human side of this issue. CEA will attend, and members get a reduced price of $1,395. Email
conferencemarketing@conferenceboard.ca to register and mention the reduce rate for CEA members.

     

 

MAR
2-4

 

GLOBE 2016
March 2–4, 2016 – Vancouver, British Columbia
GLOBE 2016 Conference & Innovation Expo (GLOBE 2016), is North America’s largest and longest-running Conference and Exposition series dedicated to business innovation for the planet. A world-leading sustainability GLOBE Conference coupled with an exciting GLOBE Innovation Exposition, GLOBE™ is where leaders come to devise winning strategies to conserve resources, ignite innovation, and develop ideas and partnerships that help them be more resilient, more efficient, and reduce risk.
Click here for more information, or to register.

     

 

APR
25-29

 

CS Week
April 25–29, 2016 – Pheonix, Arizona
CS Week is the premier annual educational and customer service conference that serves utility professionals at electric, gas and water/wastewater utilities across North America and around the world. CS Week provides learning and networking opportunities in support of the utility customer service lifecycle: Billing, Credit and Collections, Customer Engagement, Devices, Data & Analytics, Field Customer Service, Payments and Strategies and Management.
Click here for more information, or to register.

 

     

 

MAY
4-5

 

Future of Canada's Utilities (2nd Annual)
May 4–5, 2016 – Toronto, Ontario
The Future of Canada’s Utilities Forum seeks to help utilities adapt to an immensely increased pace of change. In a collaborative and interactive atmosphere, engage with the most recent challenges in customer engagement, energy efficiency and grid reliability. Source lessons learned, explore innovative pilot projects and determine the best way forward for your utility.
Click here for more information. CEA members receive a 20% discount when using the code CEA20 to register.

 

     

 

MAY
15-18

 

CAMPUT Annual Conference
May 15-18, 2016 – Montreal,Quebec
The CAMPUT Annual Conference has the reputation of being Canada’s most important conference dealing with energy and utility regulation. The 2016 conference has as its theme: Regulators, Consumers and Industry: Change, Challenges and Opportunities.

     

 

JUN
19-22

 

World Electric Vehicles Symposium and Exhibition
June 19-22, 2016 – Montreal, Quebec
The World Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS29), the largest international electric vehicle conference returns to North America on June 19-22, 2016 in Montréal, Québec, Canada. EVS has been assembling global leaders from industry, government and academia to address technical, policy and market topics in the electrification of vehicle fleets since 1969. Secure your participation now and showcase your electric drive innovations on the world stage.
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OCT
12-14

 

Electrical Power and Energy Conference (EPEC 2016)
October 12-14, 2016 – Ottawa, Ontario
The annual IEEE Canada Electrical Power and Energy Conference (EPEC 2016) will take place in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada from October 12-14, 2016. EPEC 2016 is a conference that provides an opportunity for experts from industry, academia, government sector and other interested organizations from Canada and abroad to present and discuss the latest developments in the electric power and energy systems: academic, industrial and government research and development, industrial and business trends and challenges, as well as regulatory and policy aspects.
Click here for more information.

     

 

OCT
17-21

 

GridSecCon
October 17-21, 2016 – Quebec City, Quebec
NERC’s annual Grid Security Conference (GridSecCon) series brings together cybersecurity and physical security experts from industry and government to share emerging security trends, policy advancements, and lessons learned related to the electricity sub-sector. The conference objectives include: Promoting reliability of the bulk power system through training and industry education; Delivering cutting-edge discussions on Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) security threats, vulnerabilities, and lessons learned from senior industry and government leaders; and Informing industry with security best-practice discussions on reliability concerns, risk mitigation, and physical security and cybersecurity threat awareness.
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2016 Past Events

     

 JAN

26-27

 

  Data Driven Outage Restoration Summit, Miami, FL. The Data Driven Outage Restoration Summit is the electric distribution industry’s first meeting focusing exclusively on technology and data. Hear industry leaders speak about how they have implemented real-time data and technology to achieve a step change in outage times and customer satisfaction, and learn to leverage data analytics in order to reduce outage length and communicate accurate restoration times to customers. CEA will be attending, and members receive a 10% discount (please use code CEA10 when registering online).
     
JAN
27-28 
 

Best Practices in Power Grid Resilience
January 27-28, 2016 – Calgary, Alberta
Join us for CI Energy Group’s  inaugural conference on Best Practices in Power Grid Resilience and receive 10% off the regular conference fee as a CEA member. Utilities are being confronted with pressure to not only identify and work on hardening grid assets, but also to prepare for any possible scenario that could unfold. Ensure you have a reliable and resilient electric grid that can quickly recover and restore critical services. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn and share with the people charting the future course for the North American power sector. Register today by calling 1-877-927-7936, or 
book online with registration code D10-325- 325DX02.