Energy 2013 tackles costs and opportunities for Ontario manufacturers

Energy 2013 tackles costs and opportunities for Ontario manufacturers.

September 19, 2013   by PLANT STAFF

An aerial view of Ontario’s Bruce nuclear plant.

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Experiencing challenges with the cost of energy in Ontario? Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) Ontario is presenting a day-long conference covering a range of energy topics on Nov. 7, in partnership with Enersource, Toronto Hydro and Powerstream.

The Energy 2013, Powering the Future of Manufacturing event at the Mississauga Grand in Mississauga, Ont. will tackle topics such as growing your business through energy partnerships, and how to turn energy costs into opportunities.

The Ontario Energy ministry will provide an update on the government’s plans for energy in the province (note energy minister Bob Chiarelli has been invited), a senior executive panel on energy’s future, and there will be networking roundtables covering energy supply chain opportunities, energy finance, energy management best practices, and energy policy.


Click here for details and registration.

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