Cap-Op Energy Will Present at The Past, Present and Future of Energy Efficiency in Alberta

This January, Cap-Op Energy will present at an Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance event in Calgary. As leaders in the field, Kevin Winter and Keith Driver will discuss their latest energy efficiency accomplishments and upcoming initiatives for efficient energy.

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Calgary, AB (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

Cap-Op Energy’s executives Adam Winter and Keith Driver will present at The Past, Present and Future of Energy Efficiency in Alberta, an Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance event in Calgary. The event will take place at the Calgary Telus Convention Centre January 29 from 9 AM to 4 PM and will feature a keynote address, speeches from leaders in the energy efficiency field, and after event networking.

The keynote speaker for this event will be the Honourable Robin Campbell, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development. In addition to this address, the event will highlight energy efficiency work that is happening around Alberta, including projects being undertaken by the Government of Alberta to create “initiatives to make Alberta the national leader in energy efficiency and sustainability.”

Along with Cap-Op’s professionals, other energy efficiency leaders will present, including those who work in the industrial, commercial and institutional, and residential sectors. Leaders in transportation and government policy makers will also speak. Lunch and refreshments will be included.

The first Energy Efficiency event was attended by over 100 leaders in energy efficiency in the province. The presentation was headlined by the Hounourable Ken Hughes, Minister of Energy.

About Cap-Op Energy:

Cap-Op Energy is a pioneer in the clean energy technology sector and is focused on making offsets easy. Co-founded by Keith Driver of The Prasino Group and Adam Winter, they have over 25 years of experience in the clean technology and Canadian GHG offset project development, regulation and implementation fields. The Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada (PTAC) has agreed to support the DEEPP initiative through an official PTAC Collaboration project as they recognize the potential to achieve more GHG reductions at a reduced risk by unifying accreditation efforts in a more standard and predictable way.


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