Event Date/Time: Apr 05, 2011 End Date/Time: Apr 06, 2011
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Saskatchewan is undergoing tremendous growth despite the tough economy and demand for power is projected to rise significantly over the next 10 years. Faced with aging power infrastructure and federal imperatives to cut down greenhouse gas emissions, Saskatchewan is looking to spend more than $15 billion to renew the sector.

The Canadian Institute’s first-ever Prairie Power Symposium will bring together the key players in the national and regional power industry to look at the challenges and opportunities that exist in Saskatchewan’s electrical sector. Be the first to know about essential project updates, forecasts and winning strategies from the experts so that you can plan ahead for cost efficiencies and improve return on investment.

Highlights from this must attend conference include:

•Provincial regulations and strategies for sustainable power growth
•Demand and growth forecast from the resources industry
•Analyzing the future of small nuclear reactors in Saskatchewan
•Latest technological developments in end-to-end optimization of smart grids
•Understanding effective ways to integrate and dispatch renewable power