Deloitte and Ogilvy Renault present the future of clean energy

Posted by Liam Britten

What will a world free of fossil fuels look like? It’s easy to imagine; electric cars, solar-powered houses, all that futuristic stuff. But here’s a better question: how the heck are we going to get there?

If this is a question you have ever asked, come to “The Future of Energy: What Will the Transition Look Like?” It’s part of Deloitte and Ogilvy Renault’s continuing “Cleantech in Canada” seminar series.

The seminar, produced in conjunction with the MaRS Discovery District, will feature an expert panel to discuss technologies and issues that are having an impact now or are near on the horizon as governments and industries worldwide shift to cleaner, smarter and attainable energy alternatives. Industry experts will share their thoughts on key emerging opportunities for cleantech entrepreneurs, investors and government.

The seminar will be held at the MaRS Centre’s South Tower in Toronto from 7:30­­–9:30 am on Tuesday, October 19th. Spaces are limited so please register by October 12 at Ogilvy Renault’s registration page.

You can get further information by visiting Cleantech in Canada’s website here.

Company:
MaRS
Website:
http://www.marsdd.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

MaRS connects the communities of science, business and capital and fosters collaboration among them. This happens physically through location of research labs, companies of all sizes, business advisors, investors and professional services within the MaRS Centre and more broadly through hands-on advisory services, entrepreneurial programming, our structured networks and expanding electronic community. Located in... more


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Liam Britten

Liam Britten

Liam Britten is a writer and editor with a journalism background operating out of Vancouver. In addition to his work at Techvibes, he has been published in student publications across Canada, as well as local newspapers such as The MapleRidge-Pitt Meadows TIMES and The Langley Advance. An aficionado for the finer things in life — such as video games and sports — Liam is plugged into the tech... more



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