TRAIL, BC

Powering Generations:
Legacy to the Future

June 4th-6th

Secure your booth, exhibitors!

Showcase your organization or company to the top developers, consultants, engineering firms, equipment suppliers and service companies at our Spring Conference in Trail.

Call the Clean Energy BC office at 604.568.4778 or email Lisa Bateman at lisa.bateman@cleanenergybc.org to register as an exhibitor.



This year’s exhibitor package includes:

• Booth sized 8′ x 6′

• Six-foot skirted table with two chairs and space for your organization or company’s pop-up banner

• Light breakfast, coffee & treats, buffet lunch


Price:

Can$500 +GST 



Meet the

Exhibitors


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Austin Engineering

Austin Engineering provides geotechnical, civil, structural & hydrotechnical engineering, specializing in dam safety & hydropower.



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Community Futures

CF is the only organization throughout rural BC with a mandate for small business and community economic development.



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Ecofitt

Ecofitt is a conservation focused manufacturer, wholesaler and supplier of products and programs, primarily targeting utilities, retailers and distributors across North America.

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LandSea

LandSea Camp Services is a proven provider of project support, turnkey workforce accommodation and catering solutions for the renewable energy sector among others.


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MIDAS Lab

MIDAS Lab is an applied research commercialization and training centre that supports economic growth and diversification in multiple sectors including clean energy.

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WKES

The West Kootenay EcoSociety brings together local residents to protect the natural environment while building just, equitable, healthy, and livable communities.