2019 First Nations Energy Symposium
Energy plays a critical role in the economic, environmental and social wellbeing of Indigenous communities. The 2019 Symposium focused on building community capacity, with sessions on the IESO’s Community Energy Champion Program, project management, evaluating community energy plans, transmission procurement, and energy-related certification options, among others.
The Symposium provided a unique opportunity for First Nation attendees to share ideas, experiences, learnings and expertise, as well as build personal and organizational capacity, and explore opportunities for future collaboration.
Symposium Agenda, Post-Event Summary and Presentations
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2019 First Nations Energy Symposium Agenda
Evaluating Your Community Energy Plan
Sheena Li and Clare Gutjahr, IESO
Roopa Rakshit, Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corp.
Brett Smith and Jeffrey Schnuerer, IESO
Certification Options – Building Capacity through Certification and Job Creation
Olivier Cappon, CIET
Jason Ozbolt and Carol Cline, Confederation College
Conservation and Energy Efficiency
Craig Nootchtai, CNootchtai Technical Services; Gail Lawlor, Energy Matters;
Steve Martin, First Nations Engineering Services Ltd; Jeff Powless, First Nations Engineering Services Ltd.
Colin Campbell and Stephen Lachan, IESO
Asset Management for Existing Energy-Related Infrastructure
Elmer Lickers, Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corp; Michael Fediw, Hydro One Remote Communities Inc.
Travel and Accommodation
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