Solar Trade Show

Location

NAIT CAT Building
11755 106 St NW
Edmonton AB T5G 3H6

Event Documents

Trade Show, Presentations, & Workshops
Saturday, March 3, 2018 - 10:00am to 5:00pm

Description

Want to go solar? Join us to network with 1000+ solar enthusiasts. Learn from top industry professionals. Teach your kids about solar!

This is a FREE event, and no registration is required. Booth Registrations can be found below.

10 - 6 - Trade Show - Visit with Alberta solar businesses. Plan your 2018 solar projects.
10 - 6 - Solar Presentations taking place every hour on the hour! - Solar basics, choosing a contractor, energy efficiency, careers, and more...
11 - 4  - Children's Activities - Solar Car Kit Building and races, Build your own Solar Cooker and more! Click here for more information.
 
This free event is provided courtesy of the Solar Energy Society of Alberta and our generous sponsors: The City of Edmonton, and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT). 
Presentations Schedule for the Solar Trade Show
  • 10AM - 10:50AM - Solar Training Opportunities in Alberta - with Dr. Jim Sandercock, Chair of Alternative Energy Technologies, NAIT
  • 11AM - 11:50AM - The Solar PV Return on Investment - with Rob Baron,  Head of the Renewable Energy and Conservation, Lakeland College
  • 12PM - 12:50PM -  Financing Solar Projects - Panel with Bank Representatives - with Leigh Bond, Director of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)
  • 1PM - 1:50PM - Keynote Speaker - David Miller, North American director for C40 Cities, Former Mayor of Toronto -  Overview of the 2018 Cities and Climate Change Science Conference
  • 2PM - 2:50PM - 10 Years of Building Net Zero: What have we learned? with Peter Amerongen, Senior Partner, Habitat-Studios
  • 3PM - 3:50PM - Living the (solar) Dream: Powering your lifestyle with the sun - with Ron Kube, adjunct professor, University of Alberta
  • 4PM - 4:50PM - City of Edmonton Solar Permit Process
  • 5PM - 5:50PM -  Alberta's Solar and Energy Efficiency Grant Programs - with Jennifer D’Aoust, Program Manager,  Energy Efficiency Alberta