The electricity sector is focused on serving the consumer amid regulatory changes and economic uncertainty.

As the COVID-19 Pandemic brought the world to a standstill, and many companies turned off the lights, it also ushered in regulatory policies to protect consumers. It brought about government funding for power, construction and infrastructure industries to stimulate the economy. Providers are now viewing consumer usage with renewed interest, questioning how to implement new policies, and discussing where to find the bright lights in the energy sector. Do you have the policies in place to best serve the customer amid regulatory change?

The Canadian Institute’s 8th Annual Alberta Power Symposium will spark the conversation on consumer behaviour, competition in the energy market, advances in technology, and how to effectively work within current regulatory policies. Join us as we also address the risk-versus-reward dilemma as we all look to the future for opportunities. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with the people charting the course for Alberta’s power sector!

2020 Co-Chairs
  • Relief to Recovery – Investing in Alberta’s Energy Sector
  • Proposed Changes to the Energy-Only Market
  • Implementing a 90-Day Deferred Payment Program
  • Achieving Net Zero: The Renewable Electricity Act and Action Items to Hit Emissions Targets
  • Demand Side Management and the Evolution of Distribution Systems
Engage with experts from:
  • Generation
  • Transmission
  • Utilities
  • Power Development
  • Regulation
  • Energy Consultancies
  • Energy Legal Practices
  • Technology Venture Organizations
  • Energy Industry Associations