The Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre supported the CCRE Annual Energy Leaders Roundtable in Kananaskis, Alberta. The intent of the event is to bring together leaders in the energy industry for open dialogue, a candid exchange of views, and networking.
This conference brought thought leaders together to discuss technology, policy, and strategy. Brian Rivard, Director of Research for the Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre, participated in a panel titled, "Regulation: Keeping up with the pace of change."
The Canadian Business Frontiers Conference was a one-day conference exploring disruptions (social, technological), and their implications, positive and negative, in how we continue to do business and prepare future leaders to engage in business.
Gord Lambert, Suncor Sustainability Executive-in-Residence at the Ivey Business School, delivered a presentation to MBA students on the topic of "Alberta Energy, Technology and Innovation: The journey to achieve resilience and sustainability in the 21st century."
This workshop will seek the insights of academics and practitioners on how electricity markets and pricing mechanisms can be designed for the future electricity system, to promote a transparent, efficient, and openly competitive market place. SOLD OUT
Pierre Pinson, Professor at the Technical University of Denmark, described the mathematical framework of both community-based and peer-to-peer electricity markets, as well as the opportunities and challenges related to these markets.
The Ivey Energy Policy and Management Centre supported the 6th Annual Energy Leaders Roundtable, led by the Council for Clean and Reliable Energy, in Orangeville, Ontario. A keynote was given by Matt Jamieson, President and CEO of the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.
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.