VANCOUVER, BC

Generate 2019:
Electrification
Right Here, Right Now

November 6th-8th
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Who should attend

Generate 2019?


If you identify as a…

• Clean energy industry professional
• Community shaper
• Clean tech enthusiast
• Policy designer
• First Nations leader
• Young professional aspiring to join the industry

Then Generate 2019 is the ideal setting for you to collaborate, network, and share your knowledge with others!




Registration

Don’t miss out on this unparalleled
learning and networking opportunity!

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Sponsorship

Support the clean energy industry
and become a sponsor today!

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Exhibitors

Showcase your company to top developers, consultants, engineers, suppliers, and more!

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Keynote Speakers &

Schedule

Three dynamic days of dialogue,
learning, and knowledge sharing

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First Nations

Workshop

Helping to expand energy sovereignty,
community building, and much more

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Environmental

Workshop

Science, policy, and technology
in Environmental Management

Coming Soon


Generate 2019

Location

Hyatt Regency Hotel

655 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC
V6C 2R7
(604) 683-1234



Generate 2019

Schedule

Wednesday, November 6th:
Workshops, Exhibitor Setups, Chairman’s Ice Breaker Reception
Thursday, November 7th:
Conference Day 1, Beers on the Trade Show Floor, Awards Dinner
Friday, November 8th:
Conference Day 2, Closing Reception
Meet Last Year’s

Speakers

Meet some of our speakers from Generate 2018: Transformation
Through Electrification


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Cameron

Brown

How do we thrive in an ever-changing world? As the founder of The Thriving Collective, Cameron delivers multi-sensory experiences on stage, blending education with storytelling videos and live music on a grand piano.

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Dina

Matterson

Dina is a Business Development Manager with the Business & Economic Development team at BC Hydro. She is currently working with potential customers in the cryptocurrency and data centre industries.


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Dave

Nikolejsin

Mr. Nikolejsin, Deputy Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, is responsible for the safe and environmentally responsible exploration and development of BC’s electricity, alternative energy, and mining sectors.

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The Honourable Amarjeet

Sohi

As the Federal Minister of Natural Resources, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi believes in the importance of infrastructure as the foundation for strong, sustainable, and inclusive communities.

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Kim

Vinet

Kim is an energy professional and freeskier whose love of adventure and the outdoors led to an interest in environmentalism. Kim works with Protect Our Winters to share information about climate change and sustainability.


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Who is

Clean Energy BC?

Clean Energy BC (CEBC) is an industry association that has been the voice of BC’s clean energy industry for over 25 years.

CEBC supports BC’s transition to low-carbon energy through the development of effective climate policy and clean energy electrification.


The purpose of our association is to:


• Promote and support the growth of BC’s clean energy industry

• Assist the growth of manufacturing, supply, and service industries in BC, serving clean energy production in the province and around the world

• Build strong relationships with all levels of government, BC Hydro, First Nations, environmental organizations and the public to improve the sector’s social licence

• Ensure the business and regulatory climate is reasonable and efficient for operating assets

• Improve the regulatory and economic environments for clean energy production in BC

• Work with environmental organizations to develop science-based clean energy development models

Latest News

Read about the most recent updates in clean energy!

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May 24, 2019

Clean Energy Canada has partnered with Navius Research to delve into Canada’s clean energy sector in order to better understand its economic contribution and the number of jobs it provides. The result is an up-to-date, unique examination of the sector and its relevance to Canadians. Not only is Canada’s clean energy sector growing faster than the rest of the country’s […]

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May 21, 2019

Powering Generations: Legacy to the Future coming to town June 4-6 The Clean Energy Association of BC (CEBC) is hosting its spring conference Powering Generations: Legacy to the Future in Trail, from June 4-6. CEBC is BC’s clean energy industry association that represents 135 members. This immersive event showcases the technologies, solutions and job opportunities […]

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May 17, 2019

We are happy to announce that Indigenous Services Canada has generously provided funding to cover First Nations registration for the full three days of Powering Generations. This includes the following: Day 1:  Renewable Energy 101 Workshop Day 2:  Full Day Conference including tour of Midas 3-D Fab Lab and a Gala Dinner Day 3:  Site […]


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