With the first auction launching this March 2017, industry participants are looking to understand the commercial liabilities and potential opportunities of Ontario’s new cap and trade market. The Ontario Cap and Trade Forum will offer program participants timely and business-critical information for navigating market uncertainties and developing successful carbon strategies for the province.

By bringing together all the key stakeholders involved in cap and trade from industry, government, legal, and finance, the Forum will address key program concerns and outline best practices for managing carbon exposure, trading, and offsets as well as identifying potential business opportunities.

The Forum will also offer outside perspectives from international carbon market experts on key topics for Ontario industries including carbon leakage, trading, and post-2020 business planning.

With the first auction launching this March 2017, industry participants are looking to understand the commercial liabilities and potential opportunities of Ontario’s new cap and trade market. The Ontario Cap and Trade Forum will offer program participants business-critical information for navigating market uncertainties and developing successful carbon strategies for the province.

By bringing together all the key stakeholders involved in cap and trade from industry, government, legal, and finance, the Forum will address key program concerns and outline best practices for managing carbon exposure, trading, and offsets as well as identifying potential business opportunities.

The Forum will also offer outside perspectives from international carbon market experts on key topics for Ontario industries including carbon leakage, trading, and post-2020 business planning.

Hear from Industry, Government, Carbon, and Finance Experts Including:

Jim Stirling
General Manager, Environment
ArcelorMittal Dofasco
Fiona Oliver-Glasford
Senior Manager, Carbon Strategy and Integrated Resource Planning
Enbridge
John Mullally
Head of Corporate Affairs
Goldcorp
Robert Cumming
Director of Environment
Lafarge Canada
Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speaker

The Honourable Glen Murray
Minister of the Environment and Climate Change
Government of Ontario

Hear from market participants incuding

 
 

Why Attend?

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Hear directly from industry on Ontario cap and trade challenges and strategies
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Understand how Ontario’s post-2020 market is evolving
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Learn from different industry experiences in California and Quebec
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Benefit from informed analysis on the province’s first auction
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Get the update on offset protocols and opportunities for Ontario companies
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Plus get the latest update on plans for recycling program revenue

Sponsors

"It was an excellent well-organized and well-executed conference.
One of the best I've been to."
- Quote from a recent Canadian Clean Energy Conferences event
Craig Glazer, Vice President, Federal Government Policy, PJM Interconnection

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Agenda at a Glance

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April 25, 2017

Welcome Drinks Reception

April 26, 2017

The Honourable Glen Murray, Minister of the Environment and Climate Change
Industry Challenges and Strategies for Cap and Trade
Contextualizing Ontario: What has Been Learned from QC, CA and EU?
The Post-2020 Market in Ontario: Key Concerns and Next Steps
Factoring Carbon Pricing into Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan
Developing a Carbon Strategy: Lessons Learned from CA and QC
Ontario’s First Auction: Results Analysis and Future Trading Plans
California Participants: Critical Feedback and Market Experiences
Networking Drinks Reception

April 27, 2016

Identifying and Realizing Further Carbon Savings
Carbon Offsets: Evolving Rules and Opportunities
Revenue Recycling: Opportunities for Ontario Participants
Linking Ontario’s Carbon Market to the Western Climate Initiative
Conference Close

Partners

"Extremely well attended event providing excellent networking opportunities and critical updates from key speakers on future procurements in Alberta and Saskatchewan."
- Quote a recent Canadian Clean Energy Conferences event
David Hickey, Vice President of Wind Power and Renewables, Siemens Canada

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For details on sponsorship, contact Adrienne Baker at adrienne.baker@canadianclean.com

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ABOUT CANADIAN CLEAN ENERGY CONFERENCES

Canadian Clean Energy Conferences is an Ottawa based research and business-to-business event company that aims to help Canada move towards a low-carbon economy. Established in 2009, we have helped build and connect business communities in support of government renewables procurement and carbon initiatives. 

We have supported renewable energy initiatives across Canada through events such as the Ontario FIT Forum, the Nova Scotia FIT Forum, the Renewable Energy Storage Summit, the Alberta and Saskatchewan Renewable Energy Finance Summit. As Energy and Mines, we also run a series of events around the world helping connect the mining and renewables sectors.

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