December 4-5, 2017 | Toronto Metro Convention Centre | Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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An Interview with Mr. Jeremy Rifkin

Jeremy Rifkin has an uncanny ability to analyze the past, understand the present and see into the future. He is the bestselling author of twenty books on the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, the workforce, society, and the environment. His books, which include The Third Industrial Revolution, have been translated into […]

Government of Canada to be Powered by 100% Renewable Electricity by 2025

The Federal Government has announced that by 2025, 100% of electricity used in their buildings and operations will be from renewable energy sources. This target is in support of a target to reduce the Federal Government’s greenhouse gas emissions by 40% as early as 2025. The initiative supports their commitment to a cleaner, more innovative […]

Canadian Solar Industries Association Announces Jeremy Rifkin To Keynote Solar Canada 2016 Conference and Exhibition From December 5-6

The Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) and Hannover Fairs (Canada), Inc. have announced that Jeremy Rifkin will keynote CanSIA’s Solar Canada 2016 Conference and Exhibition held from December 5-6 in Toronto, Canada. Considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, society and environment, Mr. Rifkin […]

An Interview with David Pichard of GP JOULE

We reached out to David Pichard, CDO, COO & Vice President, Americas with GP JOULE, to learn more about what they feel sets them apart in the industry and how they see the solar industry progressing over the next few years. How do you see solar in Canada progressing over the next 5 years? The […]

An Interview with Archie Haslauer of Kinetic Solar

We recently had the opportunity to speak with Archie Haslauer of Kinetic Solar about their exciting new product and their upcoming involvement with Solar Canada 2016. How did Kinetic Solar come into being? We have been in the manufacturing field for more than 36 years. We were well established as a tool & die company […]

Canadian Energy – There is MUCH to Discuss

The conversation about energy in Canada has changed over the last year or so.  There is a growing understanding of the need to address climate change and lower carbon emission in addition to an overt commitment to enhance movement in this direction.  The conversation is getting interesting.  Now that we agree on the necessity of […]

Everything is Coming up Green

There are definite changes expected with the election of Justin Trudeau and his Liberal party in what some describe as a “decisive victory”.  John Shmuel, in his 10/20/15 “Financial Post” article, reports that economists expect the new government will affect five key areas of the economy.  They are: the Loonie, the Economy, Government Bonds, Credit […]