THE ENERGIZING EFFICIENCY CONFERENCE

May 7 & 8, 2019
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DATE

May 7 & 8, 2019

LOCATION

Moncton

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SESSIONS

20+ sessions

AWARDS

6 awards

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NB Power is redefining energy to make New Brunswick a better place. Energy efficiency is one of the most important tools your organization has to minimize environmental impact while maximizing productivity and profit.

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Building on the success of last year’s event you can expect more great networking opportunities and engaging speakers sharing their knowledge of best practices, case studies, new technologies and strategies to energize efficiency!

awardAS A CONFERENCE PARTICIPANT YOU WILL DISCOVER HOW TO:

  • Boost your knowledge of energy efficiency and energy management
  • Benefit from efficiency incentive programs
  • Work with NB Power to deliver energy solutions
  • Develop business opportunities in the energy efficiency services industry

lightningWHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM THE CONFERENCE?

  • Inspiring keynotes
  • Engaging panel discussions
  • Case Studies
  • Professional development workshops
  • Conference mixer and reception
  • Networking opportunities
  • Industry exhibitors
  • Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards and dinner

lightningIn 2018, our 250 attendees represented 112 different organizations! This year’s conference will represent a tremendous opportunity to connect with decision makers and stakeholders who look to energy efficiency as a key resource to becoming an economically and environmentally sustainable New Brunswick.

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Very well organized conference. I have attended other efficiency conferences before, and this is one of the best!

Extremely well done conference. This was an exemplary conference and first class event. And, to think it was a first run. Wow, you guys set the bar high! Nicely done.

As a building manager I found it well worth the time and expense to attend!!

The excitement and buzz in the industry – facilitated by having all the players come together for the conference. It was awesome.

The atmosphere. Everyone was eager to share ideas, and open to learn from others.

Well organized. Good venue. Great networking.

The energized way everyone was engaged from the presenters to the attendees.

It was very well organized and provided a wealth of valuable information for the attendees.

There was a great knowledge base in terms of energy efficiency, and the “vibes” from everyone were energetic and passionate when discussing efficiency

 Tickets are on sale now

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

Registration for this two-day conference includes access to keynotes, sessions, breakfast, lunch, and nutritional breaks, as well as a ticket to the Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards Dinner on Tuesday, May 7.

The conference is taking place at the Delta Beauséjour , located at 750 Main Street, in Moncton.

  • $349EARLY BIRD UNTIL APRIL 5
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
  • Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards Dinner
  • Available until April 5
  • $399After April 5
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
  • Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards Dinner
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  • $249PUBLIC SERVICE AND
    NON- PROFIT EARLY BIRD
    UNTIL APRIL 5
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
  • Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards Dinner
  • Available until April 5
  • $279PUBLIC SERVICE AND
    NON- PROFIT AFTER
    APRIL 5
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
  • Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards Dinner
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  • $99STUDENT
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
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  • $50AWARDS DINNER
  • Non-delegates or guests of delegates
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  • Energy Efficiency Excellence Awards Dinner
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 Full schedule of the event

EVENT SCHEDULE

Below is the conference agenda.

  Click to view the Conference agenda (PDF)

We are still assembling key topics and top notch speakers so if you want to receive updates on the conference sign up below.


Please Note: This schedule is subject to change at any time. All times are in Atlantic Standard Time (-4 GMT).

 

TimeGeneralCommercialResidentialIndustry
8:00 AM - 9:00 AMContinental Breakfast
Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM - 9:30 AMOpening Remarks
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Beth Pollock, Senior Manager of Energy Efficiency Services, NB Power
9:30 AM - 10:30 AMEfficiency Update
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Beth Pollock, Senior Manager of Energy Efficiency Services, NB Power
Ted Leopkey, Demand Side Management Manager, NB Power
10:30 AM - 11:00 AMNetworking Break
10:40 AM - 10:55 AMCommercial Buildings Retrofit Program Overview
Ask a Program Expert with Program Leads & Tech Advisors

Program Staff
11:00 AM - 12:00 PMDistributed Energy Resources- Emerging opportunities in NB
Breakout Sessions (#1) English

Nurul Abser, NB Power
Jeff Wilhelm, NB Power
Building a financially competitive zero carbon project
Breakout Sessions (#1) English

Edgar López, Sustainability Engineer, East Port Properties
Lara Ryan, Regional Director, Atlantic Chapter, Canada Green Building Council
Building Future Ready Houses
Breakout Sessions (#1) English

Gunther Foerster
Innovation in Industrial Technology
Breakout Sessions (#1) English

Bryan Jungers, Lead Analyst, Technology Assessment, ESource
12:00 PM - 1:15 PMKeynote - What does the market REALLY want?
Opening Keynote Lunch Translation Available

Suzanne Shelton, President & CEO, Shelton Group
1:15 PM - 2:15 PMEnergy Efficiency in New Brunswick's First Nations
Breakout Sessions (#2)

Tanna Pirie-Wilson, CEO, Tobique First Nation
Edward Genova, First Nations Affairs, NB Power
Best practices in building optimization
Breakout Sessions (#2) English

Blake Hunter
Shift Energy
Simptek
David deGreeff, Director of Technical Solutions, Controls & Equipment
Engaging low income groups in energy efficiency
Breakout Sessions (#2) English

Ersilia Serafini, President, Summerhill Group
Yasmin Abraham, Empower Me
Guylaine Boudreau, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)
Moving efficiency ahead in a manufacturing environment
Breakout Sessions (#2) English

Steve Humphrey, Maintenance Supervisor, Dairy Town
Jason MacIsaac, Plant Manager, Saeplast
Monique MacQuarrie, Araucao
2:15 PM - 2:45 PMNetworking Break
2:20 PM - 2:35 PMSmall Business Lighting Program Overview
Ask a Program Expert with Program Leads & Tech Advisors

Program Staff
2:45 PM - 3:45 PMEffective and Implementable Community Energy Plans
Breakout Sessions (#3)

Eddie Oldfield, Senior Lead, Projects and Advisory Services, QUEST
Saving with recommissioning and retrocommissioning
Breakout Sessions (#3)

Luc Dugas, Associate and Senior Engineer, Maritech Commissioning Works Ltd.
Introduction to the Passive House building standard
Breakout Sessions (#3)

Evelyne Bouchard, Passive House Canada
Biomass - efficiency, scale, sustainability
Breakout Sessions (#3)

Daron Thomas, Thomas Industrial Sales
3:45 PM - 4:45 PMBuilding, retrofitting and living in a low carbon home
Panel Session (#1)

Peeter Vihvelin
Joe Waugh, Energy Efficiency Consultant, NB Power
Stephen Cooper
Heather Smith
Blane Smith
4:45 PM - 5:00 PMEnd of Day Wrap up
Beth Pollock, Senior Manager of Energy Efficiency Services, NB Power
6:00 PM - 6:45 PMReception
Room: Foyer
7:00 PM - 9:00 PMAwards Dinner
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Michel Losier, Executive Director, Brand & Marketing, NB Power
 

Please Note: This schedule is subject to change at any time. All times are in Atlantic Standard Time (-4 GMT).

 

TimeGeneralCommercialResidentialIndustry
8:00 AM - 8:45 AMContinental Breakfast
8:15 AM - 8:30 AMTotal Home Energy Savings Program Overview
Ask a Program Expert with Program Leads & Tech Advisors

Program Staff
8:45 AM - 9:00 AMKick Off
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Beth Pollock, Senior Manager of Energy Efficiency Services, NB Power
9:00 AM - 10:00 AMKeynote -S.E.E. Selling Efficiency Effectively
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Mark Jewell, President, Selling Energy
10:00 AM - 10:30 AMNetworking Break
10:10 AM - 10:25 AMIndustrial Energy Efficency Program Overview
Ask a Program Expert with Program Leads & Tech Advisors

Program Staff
10:30 AM - 11:30 AMThe WELL Standard - UNB Kinesiology Building
Breakout Sessions (#4)

Craig Hickey, Project Manager – Major Capital Projects, University of New Brunswick
Deep retrofit - pathway to carbon neutral
Breakout Sessions (#4)

Andrew Penner, Senior Manager, Energy for BGIS
Best practices in Community Energy Planning and Engagement
Breakout Sessions (#4)

Rob Kerr, QUEST
Site Tour
Breakout Sessions (#4)
11:30 AM - 12:30 PMBuffet lunch
12:00 PM - 12:15 PMLow Income Energy Savings Program Overview
Ask a Program Expert with Program Leads & Tech Advisors

Program Staff
12:30 PM - 1:30 PMReduce costs,carbon and boost competitiveness with help from the Canadian Industry Partnership for Energy Conservation (CIPEC)
Breakout Sessions (#5)

Derek Kelly, Natural Resources Canada, Natural Resources Canada
How is the internet of things (IOT) changing building management
Breakout Sessions (#5)

Bill McGowan, P.Eng., CEM Director, Digital Buildings, Cisco’s Industry Transformation Division Canada
Making efficiency work in landlord/tenant settings
Breakout Sessions (#5)

Mark Jewell, President, Selling Energy
Best practices in indoor agriculture
Breakout Sessions (#5)

Mike Gillis, Managing Partner, Atlantic Canada, MCW Consultants Ltd.
1:30 PM - 2:00 PMNetworking Break
1:40 PM - 1:55 PMNew Home Energy Savings Program Overview
Ask a Program Expert with Program Leads & Tech Advisors

Program Staff
2:00 PM - 3:00 PMMastering the one page proposal
Breakout Sessions (#6)

Mark Jewell, President, Selling Energy
Natural Gas Efficiency
Breakout Sessions (#6)

to be confirmed
Draft-proofing parties: EOS Eco-Energy
Breakout Sessions (#6)

Amanda Marlin, Executive Director, EOS Eco-Energy
Savings opportunities in steam systems
Breakout Sessions (#6)

to be confirmed
3:00 PM - 4:00 PMThe digitalization of energy and the opportunties for energy efficiency
Panel Session (#2)

Brad Wasson, NB Power
Curtis Howe, Mariner Partners
Dunsky Consulting Group
4:00 PM - 4:20 PMWrap up & Closing Remarks
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Beth Pollock, Senior Manager of Energy Efficiency Services, NB Power
 

Keynote Speakers

Corey Diamond

Corey Diamond

Executive Director, Efficiency Canada

Corey has more than two decades of experience leading social change organizations focused on engaging people to take action on critical environmental and social issues.

Corey was previously the COO and Partner of global consulting firm, Realized Worth, a company focused on the design and implementation of corporate volunteering and giving programs.

Corey also spent 10 years helping to lead Summerhill, a national firm focused on engaging the public on energy efficiency behaviours. Holding various positions, including President/Chief Transformer, U.S. expansion lead and Executive Director of the non-for-profit arm, Corey worked with utilities, government agencies and the private sector to drive significant energy savings across Canada.

Corey volunteers his time on a number of boards, including the Atmospheric Fund, where he also chairs the Grants Committee. An avid reader, record collector and musician, his biggest passion is hugging trees with his daughter, Savannah.

Mark T. Jewell

Mark T. Jewell

President, Selling Energy

Mark Jewell is an internationally recognized subject matter expert, coach, speaker and Wall Street Journal bestselling author focused on selling building-related solutions.

Mark is a two-time recipient of the prestigious Stevie Award® for Sales Training or Education Leader of the Year. His company, Selling Energy, appeared on Selling Power magazine’s list of Top 20 Sales Training Companies.

Over the last 25 years, Mark has influenced building-related decisions in more than three billion square feet of real estate. Mark received his B.S. in Economics and Finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Suzanne Shelton

Suzanne Shelton

President & CEO, Shelton Group

Suzanne Shelton is president and CEO of Shelton Group, the nation’s leading marketing communications agency focused exclusively on energy and the environment. Her vision is that every home and building in America is energy responsible and sustainability is ordinary – and she leads Shelton Group in creating a market advantage for the organizations that are creating that sustainable, responsible future. Shelton’s clients include Consumers Energy, Ecolab, Environmental Defense Fund, Fannie Mae, Kohler, CertainTeed Insulation, ExxonMobil Chemical and the Vinyl Institute.

With 30 years of experience under her belt, she’s a pro at helping her clients build brand affinity, market products and start movements. She speaks regularly at conferences, guest writes for the likes of Fast Company, Green Builder and GreenBiz, and has been quoted in Forbes, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and other top media outlets.

Evelyne Bouchard

Evelyne Bouchard

Passive House Canada

Evelyne Bouchard is a course instructor and board director at Passive House Canada. She is also a practicing architect (OAA & OAQ) and principal at Tandem Architecture Écologique, a small firm dedicated to creating high-performance sustainable projects at all scales through collaboration with like-minded professionals. Evelyne is passionate about the overlap between thoughtful design and technical rigour. She strives to embed Passive House design principles and measurable performance into the creative process to design projects that are durable, sustainable, functional and beautiful.

David deGreef

David deGreeff

Director of Technical Solutions, Controls & Equipment's

Controls & Equipment’s Director of Technical Solutions has over 25 years of experience in the Building Automation and Energy Management industry. David deGreeff has worked in multiple roles with both Building Controls Contractors and in Building Controls Manufacturing. His training in Automation/Robotics (Mechatronics) and his love for the outdoors set the stage for his passion in building controls, energy management and building environmental solutions. As a self-proclaimed “Environmental Realist”, David and his team seek out holistic solutions to reduce energy consumption, working to maintain client comfort while simultaneously maximizing energy savings.

Luc Dugas

Luc Dugas

Associate and Senior Engineer, Maritech Commissioning Works Ltd.

Luc is a mechanical engineer with a degree from the Université de Moncton in Moncton, NB. He has over 20 years of experience in the HVAC industry, having worked with REHAU Industries Inc., Enbridge Gas New Brunswick and MCW Maricor. As an Associate and Senior Engineer with Maritech Commissioning Works Ltd., he has led the commissioning process on multiple new and existing buildings, ranging from large scale LEED® and Green Globes® projects to smaller, system specific commissioning exercises.

Luc is a member of the NB / PEI Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and has received an ASHRAE Chapter Service Award in 2011. Luc is also a Certified Energy Manager and Certified Energy Auditor, receiving accreditation from the Association of Energy Engineers in 2011 and 2012 respectively.

Edward J. Genova

Edward J. Genova

First Nations Affairs, NB Power Corporation

A Mi’kmaq from Metepenagiag First Nation, Edward is passionate about his role with NB Power. A graduate of the University of New Brunswick majoring in Biology and History, Edward worked as educator and administrator for 10 years before joining NB Power in 2007. First Nations Specialist role has provided Edward the opportunity to improve relations, strategize resolutions to legacy issues, offer guidance, support and facilitation to Indigenous communities here in NB. Edward and the NB Power First Nations Affairs team are very passionate about capacity building internally as well as externally, and have worked towards creating a Cultural Awareness/Sensitivity program for existing and new employees, as well as working towards becoming leaders in Indigenous inclusion and Corporate/Indigenous partnerships.

Michael Gillis

Michael Gillis, 

P. Eng., Partner
MCW Maricor, Consulting Engineers

With 30 years of consulting engineering field experience, Michael has developed an expertise in HVAC project delivery, Energy Analysis and IAQ Fields. His extensive experience in mechanical systems design, construction, energy analysis and life cycle analysis has allowed him to compare systems and incorporate efficiency measures on both new and retrofit projects. 

Armed with experience in central utility plants and HVAC systems, Michael is now providing leading edge solutions to the cannabis industry.  From large scale chiller plant systems to various methods of unitary equipment to service both indoor and greenhouse operations, Michael’s projects have used heat recovery technology to recapture and reuse energy throughout client buildings. Furthermore, he has developed and implemented commissioning plans and user training programs for clients to better operate buildings and environmental control systems.

Bryan Jungers

Bryan Jungers

Lead Analyst, Technology Assessment, ESource

 

Bryan conducts research on emerging, energy-efficient, and distributed energy resource technologies. His main areas of expertise lie in electric vehicles, electric motors, batteries and energy storage, distributed generation, and renewable power systems. Bryan brings to the company over 10 years of professional experience as an energy engineer and research analyst, including for the Electric Power Research Institute, California Energy Commission, and University of California at Davis.

His industry knowledge, combined with hands-on experience, enable him to address member needs from a holistic, systems-oriented perspective. Bryan worked as both a research manager and product manager before entering his current role. He holds a BS in environmental engineering from Humboldt State University and an MS in civil and environmental engineering from the University of California at Davis.

Suzanne Shelton

Derek Kelly

Senior Industry Officer, Natural Resources Canada's (NRCan) Office of Energy Efficiency

Derek Kelly is a Senior Industry Officer at Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) Office of Energy Efficiency. Derek works with Canadian industry across a number of sectors, helping to deliver NRCan’s industrial energy efficiency programs and support. He also helps companies build knowledge and take action on energy efficiency through the Canadian Industry Partnership for Energy Conservation (CIPEC). Prior to joining NRCan, Derek worked for several years in other federal government departments in international market development, branding, public affairs and communications.

Edgar Lopez

Edgar López

Sustainability Engineer, East Port Properties

Edgar is a graduate of Memorial University in Electrical Engineering and member of Engineers Nova Scotia. During the last 12 years, Edgar has worked in various industries including offshore oil & gas, electric utilities, building sciences, but primarily energy management. He is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) through the Association of Energy Engineers, and a LEED Accredited Professional with the Canadian Green Building Council.

Edgar joined East Port Properties in 2015 where he works with the operations team to optimize and report on energy and water consumption, prepare utility budgets, as well as identifying and assessing energy reduction opportunities for existing properties and new developments in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.

Michel Losier

Michel Losier

Executive Director, Brand & Marketing, NB Power

Michel is a graduate from the University of New Brunswick in Mechanical Engineering and a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick and is also a member on the Board of Directors for the Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative. Michel currently oversees the Energy Efficiency file within NB Power. Michel has a broad level of exposure to the utility industry and is focused on the utility sector transformation with a keen focus on the evolving energy consumer. He has been actively engaged and is a frequent public speaker at energy conferences across North America focused on a customer centric approach to transformation. He’s presented at Grid Edge as NB Power received an award as a GTM Top 20 Disruptor in the utility industry in 2015. Recently, Michel was the Program Director of the award winning “PowerShift Atlantic” project; focused on collaborative and innovative solutions, engaging customers and leveraging new smart grid – energy storage technologies to better integrate renewables such as intermittent wind in the Maritime Provinces. NB Power and the project received a number of awards including the Smart Grid Canada “2015 Innovation Award” for Canadian Utilities.

William MacGowan

Bill McGowan

P.Eng.,CEM
Director, Digital Buildings, Cisco’s Industry Transformation Division Canada

Bill has extensive experience within the AEC (Architects Engineers Constructors) Space and is intimate in the design, implementation and operation of dynamic building systems. Bill has been intimately involved with the progress of open data communication standards and converged base building networks. Bill has deep knowledge in the areas of Converged Building Systems, Enterprise Integration and the Delivery of High Performance Problem Solving.

He is an honors graduate of the Queens University Electrical Engineering Program and is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) with the American Energy Engineers (AEE) Association and resides in Toronto, Ontario.

Sara Mudge

Sara Mudge

Community Energy Specialist, NB Power

As Community Energy Specialist at NB Power, Sara works with communities and their stakeholders to develop Community Energy Plans. Sara’s goal is to see more communities partner with NB Power by developing new products, services and programs that will help communities to reduce their energy consumption, manage their energy usage, and lessen their impact on the environment.

Sara has over 20 years’ experience in the telecommunications and energy industries and her knowledge and expertise in the areas of building science, energy efficiency and renewable energy have earned her designations as a Residential Energy Advisor, Certified Energy Manager, and LEED Green Associate.

Eddie Oldfield

Eddie Oldfield

Owner / Principal - ‎Spatial Quest Solutions

Since 1998, Eddie has coordinated initiatives focused on developing strategies for local sustainability, GHG emissions reduction, clean energy and efficiency, transportation / fleets, climate adaptation and resilience planning. Eddie chairs the QUEST NB-PEI Caucus, working to advance Smart Energy Communities, and is the Senior Lead, Projects and Advisory Services, to QUEST. In this role, he supports over 50 FCM Partners for Climate Protection members in Atlantic Canada. Eddie also co-chairs the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)’s Energy and Utilities working group and is a Charter member of the OGC Smart Cities working group. Eddie holds a BA Interdisciplinary Honours (Sociology, Political Science, Environment, Science & Technology) from St. Thomas University, and owns and operates company Spatial Quest based in Fredericton NB.

Suzanne Shelton

Andrew Penner

Senior Manager, Energy for BGIS

With more than 16 years of experience, Andrew provides technical leadership to the National team of energy managers with a direct focus on making the Government of Canada’s building portfolio carbon neutral. Andrew is currently focused on the delivery of Carbon Neutral Studies and several Major Retrofit projects throughout Canada. 

He holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering with a Certificate in Green Energy. Andrew also maintains the designation of Certified Energy Manager through active involvement in technical project work, professional development and conference participation. Recently, Andrew founded the AEE Canada East chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers operating out of Ottawa and continues to act as President of the Chapter.

Beth Pollock

Beth Pollock

Senior Manager, Program Delivery, NB Power

Beth is a broad based program delivery manager and marketer with over 20 years of experience in delivering innovative programs and services to the people of New Brunswick. Beth worked with NBTel and Bell Aliant for 13 years marketing and developing internet and digital TV services before moving to Efficiency NB where she eventually became the Director of Program Delivery. As Senior Manager of Energy Efficiency Services at NB Power Beth supports a dynamic team that helps New Brunswickers benefit from energy efficiency.

Suzanne Shelton

Lara Ryan

Regional Director – Atlantic Chapter, of the Canada Green Building Council

In this role, she works with the organization’s senior management team and the local leadership board to advance the adoption of green building practices in Atlantic Canada though networking, education and advocacy.

Prior to assuming this role full time, Lara was a consultant specializing in corporate social responsibility.

Creating and executing strategies on employee engagement, community investment and environmental sustainability is her particular area of expertise.

Besides a B.A from the University of King’s College and a BPR from Mount Saint Vincent University, she also holds a Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility from the Conference Board of Canada and the University of St. Michael’s College.

Suzanne Shelton

Ersilia Serafini

President, Summerhill Group

Since becoming President in 2009, Ersilia has led Summerhill to expand its reach across Canada and the U.S., and continues to deliver some of the most impactful, results-oriented programs that help our clients achieve measureable reductions in energy use. Ersilia holds an Honours Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto with a double major in Biology and Environmental Science. At the community level, Ersilia acts as the President for the Clean Economy Fund and is a Director on the Board of the Independent Electricity Systems Operator (IESO); Ersilia was recently ranked #14 on the list of Top 100 Female Entrepreneurs in Canada by Profit Magazine and was named a marketing icon in the making by Strategy Magazine in September 2007. She is also a member of the Climate Project, having been trained by Al Gore.

Joe Waugh

Joe Waugh

Energy Efficiency Consultant, NB Power

Joe Waugh has been a builder, renovator and trainer specializing in energy efficiency for over thirty years. He was one of New Brunswick’s first group of R2000 builders and in 2003 won the Cement Association of Canada’s national award for the most energy efficient R2000 house of the year.

Joe has delivered training in most provinces and Nunavut on a wide range of topics related to residential housing and energy efficiency.

Joe has also worked with Efficiency NB and NB Power as part of their residential energy efficiency programs’ teams.

INTERESTED IN ATTENDING?

The Energizing Efficiency Conference is an opportunity to gain real strategies to implement in your everyday, to connect with experts and potential business opportunities and to learn from case studies in New Brunswick and beyond.

The conference will be a springboard for all sectors to get involved and leverage energy efficiency for the benefit of the environment, the economy, and New Brunswick homeowners and businesses.

 

Who Should Attend?

This conference is for those with an interest in managing energy consumption for the betterment of their community, business or workplace. Network, collaborate, learn, and get energized! Return to work with knowledge and new ideas to implement right away! Keynotes, panels and workshops will offer valuable content for:

  • Business and commercial building owners and operators
  • Industrial energy managers and operators
  • Product and equipment suppliers
  • Municipalities
  • Housing industry professionals – builders, contractors, realtors
  • Environmental organizations
  • Energy efficiency service providers
  • Educators and students

  BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS

ACCOMMODATIONS

Are you traveling from outside of the city? Stay at Delta Beausejour and enjoy a discounted rate. Book your hotel before April 5, 2019 to ensure you get access to the special conference rates. Please mention group code name Energizing Efficiency when booking to receive special rate.

The Details

The Delta Beauséjour Moncton is pleased to offer conference delegates a discounted rate on guest rooms on Tuesday, May 7 & Wednesday, May 8, 2019.

Conference Preferred Room Rate

Standard guest room: $149.00 + applicable taxes and fees
(based on single/double occupancy. )

Reservation requests made after April 5 will be accepted on a space and rate availability basis. Reserve your room now.

Hotel Reservations Toll Free: 1-844-496-8551

Hotel Direct Number: 1-506-854-4344 

To book on-line: Book your group rate for Energizing Efficiency Conference

Guest Parking

Clients with a guestroom in the hotel with receive a discounted 24-hour parking pass. This pass will be issued at check in at a rate of $14.00 plus tax. Valet parking is available upon request at a rate of $17.95 plus tax. Clients who do not have a guestroom at the Delta Beauséjour will pay regular Assumption Place parking fee (max $18.50 per day). All prices are based on availability and subject to change.

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Platinum Sponsors

GREENFOOT Energy Solutions
Mariner

Gold Sponsors

Enbridge

Silver Sponsors

Controls & Equipment
Econoler
MCW
Saint John Energy
Summerhill

Bronze Sponsors

ecofitt
HOMESOL
EnerCheck
Memco Controls
energyx
Viessmann
ginger

SPONSORS

 Sponsorship Guide

Want to be involved in this amazing conference? Contact our sponsorship coordinator here.


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