Join us at the Brampton Board of Trade’s second annual Energy & Environment Forum on April 18, 2023 as we convene leaders and experts to help companies understand the opportunities offered by cleantech and the push for greater sustainability. A range of keynotes, panels, presentations and demonstrations will highlight on-going and upcoming work in the areas of ESG reporting, public and private sector sustainability leadership, as well as near term and farther out innovation that can change the way we live and do business.
Doors Open & Continental Breakfast served
Sector Success Story – TD
Challenges & Solutions in ESG Reporting
Solutions Showcase – Cleantech startups
Local Electrification Progress – Peter Love, City of Brampton Committee on Energy Conservation
Last Mile Transit – Neuron Mobility
Future Focus – The Promise of Hydrogen – Peter Lyng, Emerald Energy From Waste
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On April 21, 2022 The Brampton Board of Trade’s held its first ever Energy and Environment Forum. The objective of the Forum is to inform and engage with the Brampton Business Community on current energy and environmental initiatives and provide tools that can improve and challenge one’s business to improve their carbon footprint, be greener, attain ESG objectives, save money, be more productive.
Prospering on the way to NetZero
MPP David Piccini, Ontario Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks and Marion Organ, Director of Sustainability and Environment at Coca-Cola Canada Bottling were our keynote speakers.
We then heard from a panel of experts in the Sustainability and ESG industry to learn what they are working on and how they are setting their organization up for sustainable success in the future. We welcomed Matthew Brunette, Energy Project Manager at the Toronto Conservation Authority, Herbert Sinnock, Director of Sustainability at Sheridan College and Lynn Williams, Director, Strategy and Sustainability at Alectra to our panel.