Morning Concurrent Sessions 1

Concurrent Session 1A

- CDM Activities in Ontario

Concurrent Session 1B

- Planning for Sustainability

Concurrent Session 1C

- District Heating & Co-Gen.

Using In-House Energy-Use Displays to Promote Conservation & Demand Management in the Residential Sector,
Dean Mountain, McMaster University

Community Planning for Sustainability in London, James Skimming, John Fleming, City of London; Bill Wong, SAIC Canada; Terry Strack, Strack & Assoc.

Increasing the Sustainability of Electric Utility Assets,
Frank Lenarduzzi, Hydro One Inc.

Energy Conservation & Demand Response in New Construction,
Susan Clinesmith, Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc.

Promoting Sustainable Practices in Hamilton
Brian McCarry, Clean Air Hamilton / McMaster Univ.

Industrial Co-Generation Plant Case Study,
Jason Perry, Bartek Ingredients Inc.

Smart Metering: A Technology Overview,
Frank Fabiano, Horizon Utilities Corp.

The New Paradigm for Conservation and Demand Management in Ontario,
Robert Stasko, Nicole Geneau, Ontario Centres of Excellence

Emissions Trading – A Tool to Promote Sustainable Development,
Alison Knight, Ontario Power Generation Inc.

The Energy Drill: Enhancing Energy Education with Action and Technology,
Heather Davidson-Meyn, Milton Hydro Distribution Inc.

How Ontario LDC’s are Promoting Sustainable Development,
Alex Bystrin, Oakville Hydro Corp.

District Energy Systems – Providing Flexibility to Adapt to the Changing Energy Environment,
Michael Wiggin, Natural Resources Canada