Breakfast Seminar: Innovation in Renewable Technologies and Applications - Dec 13

Solar and wind power has become more mainstream. Solar hot water systems are readily available across Canada. Where are the new opportunities for renewable energy integration into our built-environment? What are the barriers? How can we move to the next level of sustainable energy management in our communities? Through several project examples Bill Wong from SAIC Canada will present some of the innovative ways that renewable energy technology is being integrated to shape the future of our communities.

Bill is the manager of the Renewable Energy and Climate Change Program in the Ottawa office of SAIC Canada and a technical expert for solar energy and inter-seasonal thermal energy storage technologies.

The breakfast seminar will take place at the Metropolitain Brasserie on Tuesday, December 13, 2011 at 7:45 a.m and includes a full served breakfast, an opportunity to newtwork with colleagues and a question and answer period following the presentation. The Metropolitain Brasserie is located at the corner of Sussex and Rideau.

We encourage online registration before December 11th, 2011, as it helps us to arrange the venue and anticipate the number of attendees.

Advanced registration is: $25 for A&WMA members

$30 for non-members.

Full time students pay $10 if they are members or $15 if they are non-members.

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