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Energy 2017: Growth Through Energy Competitiveness

Published by Terry Adamo

November 07, 2017 - December 30, 2017

Energy competitiveness is a critical element of CME’s objective of doubling manufacturing output by 2030.

Improving Ontario’s energy competitiveness will require strong leadership and collaboration from manufacturers, governments, and the energy sector.  Energy 2017 will identify the areas that are holding us back, highlight what’s working and else uncover what else can be done to improve Ontario’s energy competitiveness for a stronger manufacturing sector and a more prosperous Ontario.   

Below are the links to the presentations from CME's Energy 2017 Event on November 7, 2017.


Damir Naden, Energy Efficiency Manager, Enbridge Gas Distibution

Joe Loparco, Co-President, AGS Automotive Systems

Richard Janecky, Sr. Industry Officer, Canadian Industry Program for Energy (CIPEC), Natural Resources Canada

Igor Mozetic, P.Eng., CEM Manager, Commercial Industrial Sales, Union Gas Limited

Alexandra Campbell, Director, Conservation Marketing & Alliances, IESO

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