Session 2 Keynote with Dr. Andrew Weaver
Keynote Lunch with Sophie Pierre
Legacy to the Future
Powering Generations 2019
presents our magnificent roster of speakers. Engage in dialogue, explore new concepts, and contribute your ideas with industry experts.
Mary is the Director of Business Development at Austin Engineering, building strong relationships with clients and businesses.
Chris is the Executive Vice-President & Co-owner of Corpfinance International Inc. Chris is also a CEBC board member!
Sheldon is the Chief Operations Officer at DMG Blockchain Solutions. He will be speaking at Session 3 — Think Global, Act Local.
Montana is the Executive Director of the West Kootenay EcoSociety and is leading the 100% Renewable Kootenays initiative.
Mike Crawley is a Canadian businessman and political activist, president and CEO of Northland Power since 2018.
Isabelle is the Lead, Regulatory and Environment at BluEarth Renewables Inc. and a vice-chair at Clean Energy BC.
Trish is the Community Relations Manager & Carbon Neutral Specialist at Community Energy Association.
Lorri is the CEO of the Columbia Lake Technology Centre, building a strong and sustainable economic future for rural communities.
Brian is the co-founder and director of the Columbia Lake Technology Centre and PodTech Innovation Inc. located in Canal Flats.
Darrel is the CEO of Advanced BioCarbon 3D (ABC3D), which produces high performance sustainable plastics.
Micha is the Environmental Services Coordinator with the Fraser Valley Regional District, advancing exciting air quality initiatives.
Phillip currently serves as a Senior Business Officer for Western Economic Diversification Canada — BC Regional office.
Peter is the co-founder of RE Royalties with over 20 years of experience in M&A and project development in the energy sector.
Megan has been working in the climate and energy field for 15 years and currently works for the Community Energy Association.
Alex is an Electrical Engineer and the General Manager of Nelson Hydro where he is currently setting up a District Energy heat utility.
Katya is the Senior Program Coordinator, Community Clean Energy Branch, Ministry of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources.
Ron is a Principal of Kerr Wood Leidal and leads KWL’s Energy Sector. Ron has over 30 years of experience in the energy industry.
Martin is the Interim Executive Director at Clean Energy BC and will be moderating Session 3 — Think Global, Act Local.
Lisa is the Mayor of the City of Trail. She will be speaking at the Official Conference Opening on Wednesday, June 5th!
Sophie is a former chief of ʔAq̓am, St. Mary’s Indian Band and former Chief Commissioner of the BC Treaty Commission.
Josh is a Project Infrastructure Lead for Columbia Lake Holdings, part of the Columbia Lake Technology Center Group.
Steven is the CEO and Director at Enerpro Systems Corp., specializing in energy management and monitoring.
Cole is the BC Indigenous Clean Energy Initiatives Coordinator at the New Relationship Trust. He will be speaking at Session 1.
Kekinusuqs, Dr. Judith Sayers, is a member of the Hupacasath First Nation who will be facilitating the conference workshop.
Paul leads the Delphi Group’s activities in British Columbia and their Green Economy Services nation-wide.
Michelle is the Director of Operations and Community Services for the ʔaq̓am Community and is a member of the Ktunaxa Nation.
Carol leads FortisBC conservation and efficiency programs for Indigenous communities and local governments.
Jason is an instructor and researcher at Selkirk College and a director for the Kootenay Assocation of Science & Technology.
Pete is is the clean transportation analyst at Plug In BC, administering the BC Fleet Electrification program and more!
Terry is the Executive Director of the Trail & Area regional Economic Development Office, Lower Columbia Initiatives Corp.
Dr. Weaver is the leader of the Green Party of British Columbia and long time supporter of the clean energy sector in BC.