Keynote speaker Dr Ernest Moniz, former U.S. Energy Secretary, will be among international energy experts covering the changes in the energy market on both sides of the border at the 26th Annual U.S.-Canada Energy Trade & Technology Conference Nov. 1-2 in Boston.
The conference is organized by the New England – Canada Business Council (NECBC), which will host North America’s leading policy leaders, public utility executives and energy technology authorities. NECBC promotes cross-border trade and cultural relations.
Media Coverage is invited on Thursday, November 1, 1:00 to 5:30 p.m. and Friday, November 2, 8:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Seaport Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts. Preregistration and press credentials are required. Contact: Dick Pirozzolo at dick or +1-617-959-4613.
Conference theme: "Envisioning Our Cross-Border Energy Future". The NECBC’s Annual Energy Trade & Technology Conference is a major cross-border energy conference in North America, attracting over 250 industry and government leaders. Talks will focus on opportunities and constraints in cross-border energy exchanges such as:
- Impact of revised NAFTA trade agreement, and steel and aluminium tariffs, on U.S.-Canada trade relations and market investment
- Proposed electricity exports from Canada to New England
- Clean-tech energy technologies, including offshore wind and energy storage
- Challenges of meeting system reliability and environmental goals.
Details on speakers and sessions are available on the NECBC website at: http://www.necbc.org/energy-trade