On January 23rd, 2018 Richard Laszlo, President of Laszlo Energy Services, gave the plenary address to the undergraduate Corporations and Society course. Mr. Laszlo discussed the intricacies and opportunities presented by Ontario’s actual carbon pricing scheme.
What is the outlook for the competitiveness of Canada’s energy sector in global markets? Canada’s economy depends significantly on the energy sector – electricity, oil, gas, and pipelines – and its ability to compete internationally both for investment capital as well as for export markets.
On December 4th, 2017 Gord Lambert, former Executive Advisor, Sustainability and Innovation, at Suncor Energy and Suncor Sustainability Executive-in-Residence at the Ivey Business School, participated in the undergraduate Corporations and Society course.
On November 29th, 2017 Alexander McIsaac (HBA ’11), Director of Business Development at NRStor, and Matthew Sachs, Chief Operating Officer at Peak Power, participated in a moderated discussion with the undergraduate Corporations and Society course.
On November 20th, 2017 Peter Love, Former Chief Conservation Officer for the Ontario Power Authority and Board Member of Energy Efficiency Alberta, spoke to the undergraduate Corporations and Society course.
Assistant Professor, Brandon Schaufele, hosted a Pre-CREE workshop on Electricity Policy and Markets on September 29. Topics range from consumer behaviour to strategic firm conduct and environmental policy.
The Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre and Haskayne School of Business hosted a special keynote lecture and panel discussion, featuring Professor Michael Greenstone, University of Chicago; Steve Williams, Suncor Energy Inc.; and Richard Dicerni, Adjunct Professor, Ivey Business School.
The Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre supported the Fifth Annual Energy Leaders Roundtable, led by the Council for Clean and Reliable Energy, in Orangeville, Ontario. Keynote speakers included Elizabeth May, Anthony Haines and Greg Lyle.