Wed, Apr 11|
Ceili's Modern Irish Pub
CEP x April 2018 - The Energy Transition
The energy transition is very real these days, and unfolding in real time in front of our eyes ... and living in Calgary, we have front row tickets to the show! Come join the conversation with two Energy Futures Lab Fellow's - Matt Beck (Delphi) and Maggie Hanna (Common Ground Energy Corp).
Time & Location
Apr 11, 2018, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Ceili's Modern Irish Pub, 803 8 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 1H7, Canada
About The Event
The energy transition is very real these days, and unfolding in real time in front of our eyes ... and living in Calgary, we have front row tickets to the show! We have two game changers ready to share and chat about working within the big world of energy transition ... we promise you won't want to miss this!
Energy Transition Conversation
Come join the conversation with two Energy Futures Lab Fellow's - Matt Beck, Delphi and Maggie Hanna, Common Ground Energy Corp., as they share insights into the energy transition from their experiences around energy, economic development, oil sands, energy literacy, clean hydrocarbons ... and more! Read more about Matt and Maggie below!
More about Matt and Maggie:
Matt Beck brings a wide range of experience in energy, green building, tourism and economic development to his role as a Director at Delphi. In his previous roles at Imaginea and Husky Energy he focused on energy and emissions action strategies, sustainability strategy and communication, as well as building organizational capacity for sustainability projects. Matt previously co-founded and led Team Alberta’s 2009 effort at the US DOE Solar Decathlon international net-zero energy solar homebuilding competition. He is also past Chair of Community Futures Centre West, an economic development and small business lending organization for Airdrie and the Bow Valley Corridor. He lives in Cochrane with his wife and 3 young kids, who remind him daily of the need to be purposeful in our approach to enhancing Alberta’s Energy System.
Maggie has a BSc in Geology (University of Calgary 1981) and worked as a resource explorationist in both mining and oil and gas. She later worked as an Innovation and Technology Scout for the oil sands with an emphasis on step-change and game-changing technology possibilities for reducing environmental footprint and energy intensity, and as “Future Girl” identifying technology under development for use in the post-carbon energy future. She is VP of Innovation and Technology for two cleantech startups, a presenter on Energy/Innovation topics, passionate about Energy Literacy to accelerate adoption rates of new solutions for the energy transition we are currently undergoing.
CEP x April 2018