|Event Date/Time: Oct 20, 2004||End Date/Time: Oct 21, 2004|
The electricity sector in Ontario, which has been in a state of flux and uncertainty, appears to be heading in a direction of increased conservation and price stability. But how will the government’s vision of change and prosperity play out in a sector that requires not millions, but billions in investment? The search for viable sources of new supply presents enormous challenges. How can adequacy be assured and where will new supply come from? Will increased conservation efforts and energy efficiency have a significant impact on demand?
Keeping pace with the rapid changes in this sector is vital to the development of your business strategy. This Canadian Institute conference has been developed to equip you with the tools necessary to make informed business decisions and stay ahead of the curve. Hear from these industry leaders and experts on vital issues including:
*The Ontario government’s plans for power system improvements and price stability
*Power buying strategies from large and medium consumers: lessons learned
*Metering as an effective tool to monitor usage and impact the bottom line
*Assessing the impact of legislation on the future of electricity commodity retailing
*Developing an effective bid for the government’s RFP process
*Decommissioning coal-fired generation in Ontario: the impact on supply
*Generation and transmission adequacy in the Northeast U.S: a detailed analysis
*Eliminating vulnerability and maintaining a reliable electrical transmission system
Attend this intensive forum and hear the most current developments from an outstanding group of speakers who are intimately involved in all aspects of Ontario’s electricity sector.