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Panel to look at 'greentech' innovations
A panel of experts will look at accelerating the commercialization of 'greentech' innovations and solutions while providing insights and perspectives from Vancouver Island sector leaders.
The presentation will be one of 16 similar sessions Oct. 29 and 30 at the Vancouver Island Economic Alliance economic summit in Nanaimo.
Panelists for The Future is Green – Island-based Green Technology a session are:
• Andrew Moore, who for the last six years has been working for the T’Sou-ke Nation as the Solar Project Director for the T’Sou-ke Nation securing funding from 15 different governmental and non-profit sources and mobilizing a community of specialists and enlightening local talent to gain skills in for the renewable energy sector.
• Dr. Bryan Imber, CEO of the ICC Group, is an environmental scientist and innovator who has been developing and evaluating the technical solutions available for the treatment and best use for organic waste for the past 15 years.
• Clayton Bear, president and CEO of New Energy Corporation, is engaged in the development and application of leading edge technologies.
• Paul Liddy is managing director of Cedar Road Bioenergy Inc., which owns and operates the Nanaimo Bioenergy Centre. Paul has a long history of innovation, successful implementation and execution of renewable energy projects.
• Paul Manson is president and CEO of Sea Breeze Power Corp, a Vancouver-based developer of renewable energy and transmission projects. Manson leads a team of professionals in the development of renewable power generation sites, including several projects on Vancouver Island.
• Erik Lindquist is president of TITUS Infrastructure Services Limited and Principal of Tiger Trends Consulting Inc.
For details, visit viea.ca.
— Vancouver Island Economic Alliance