This session will consist of a panel discussion with experienced buyers, followed by an opportunity for you to get answers to your burning questions about corporate and institutional procurement of renewable energy in Canada.
We have created a series of videos that cover the basics behind large-scale corporate and institutional renewable energy procurement in Canada and we encourage you to view them before you attend this session.
The videos can be found here:
Then, in this session, you can learn from experienced buyers about the barriers they’ve faced, learn from their lessons and understand how to avoid common pitfalls.
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Julia-Maria Becker is the director of the Business Renewables Centre (BRC) Canada and the Alberta clean economy director at the Pembina Institute. Julia’s expertise is in emissions reductions policy, corporate procurement of renewables and...
Eric is the Director of Global Renewable Energy, owning Cargill’s renewable energy strategy globally. In this role, Eric is responsible for adding renewable energy to Cargill’s operations, ensuring Cargill meets its 2025 Climate goal to reduce...
Geoff is the Director of Sustainability & Environment with TELUS. After ten years in various customer experience and operations roles with TELUS both locally and internationally, Geoff has led TELUS’ sustainability strategy for the past ten years....
Ryan is the Manager of Marketing & Origination in TC Energy’s Power & Storage business located in Western Canada. In this role Ryan is responsible for structuring bilateral contracts for both the purchase and sale of electricity in Alberta. In...
The Business Renewables Centre (BRC) Canada is a non-profit initiative where corporations and institutions can learn how to buy renewable energy, such as wind or solar power, directly from developers.
Launched in early 2019, the BRC-Canada already has more than 40 members and its members have secured 193 MW through corporate renewable energy procurement deals, totaling $400 million in private sector investment in Alberta.