Medicine Hat College to host the CICan Energy SymposiumColleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) is pleased to announce its 2015 Energy Symposium that will take place November 5-7 in Medicine Hat, Alberta. Medicine Hat College will be hosting the event, along with the co-chair of the National Planning Committee, BCIT. The theme for the symposium is Energy Partnerships, Plug in! Speakers and keynotes will feature the most innovative practices in the sector as well as skills development and in demand skills for the sector. Participants will have the opportunity to share and discuss advances in energy efficiency and applied research led by the college sector and industry. The symposium will attract a diverse group of applied researchers and senior college administrators, along with representatives from municipal, provincial, territorial and federal governments, industry, utilities, manufacturers, and interest holders in the energy sector. Keynotes are being invited and will represent major Energy leaders in Canada and around the world. The organizers are also working on an Indigenous Panel as well as a panel to discuss smart grid technologies. A call out for concurrent sessions will be issued in July and we hope to attract a range of presenters working on fuel cells, oil and gas, hydro, nuclear, and other energy alternatives colleges and institutes are involved with. For more information about the symposium, contact Chris Paci, Manager, Canadian Partnerships at firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information, including sponsorship and registration will be sent out over the summer.
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