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Carbon Pricing Is Here: Is Your Business Ready? Assessing Cap & Trade Costs, Risks, And Opportunities

  • 22 Jun 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Innovation Park (945 Princess St., Kingston ON)


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Carbon Pricing Is Here:
Is Your Business Ready?

Assessing Cap & Trade Costs,
Risks, And Opportunities

Join us for this timely workshop to find out how you can ensure your business is ready for Ontario's Cap and Trade legislation. Our two speakers will address Cap and Trade regulatory requirements, economic opportunities, compliance issues, and allocation/offset considerations.

Register now as spots are limited.

Our Speakers:

"Regulatory Requirements And Economic Opportunities"

Lisa Asbreuk
Partner, Cunningham Swan LLP

Lisa Asbreuk practises business law at Cunningham Swan. Lisa's legal background includes corporate law matters and commercial transactions and contracts, with a specialization in energy law. She is experienced in law and policy matters related to the Ontario and Alberta electricity sectors and emerging Canadian carbon markets, particularly with respect to renewable power project development, energy contracts, leases, project due diligence, interconnection and transmission issues, procurement and construction contracts, regulatory requirements, offsets, conservation and DSM, micro-gen and distributed generation, and issues affecting utility companies and their affiliates.

"Technical Compliance And Allocation/Offset Considerations"

Camille Taylor
Senior Air Quality Specialist, Golder Associates Ltd.

Ms. Taylor is a Sr. Air Quality Engineer with Golder Associates Ltd.  She is a professional engineering license in Ontario in Quebec with over twelve years of experience in air quality including GHG assessments, preparation of GHG inventories, verifications and reporting under provincial (AB, ON, QC), Canadian, and international regimes such as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNFCCC) -  Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). Ms. Taylor has completed dozens of GHG inventories and verification to support clients from a broad range of sectors including manufacturing, oil and gas, and energy in Ontario, Alberta and Internationally. 

Ms. Taylor is also currently working with the Fertilizer Industry through their industry association to assist them through data analysis and negotiations with the federal government on new proposed federal GHG legislations for their sector.  Ms.  Taylor has spent the last year informing and educating businesses on how to prepare for the Cap and Trade and the potential financial implications of the new Ontario Cap and Trade Program.

*This is a brown bag workshop. Light refreshments will be provided.

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Contact SWITCH: Mailing Address:

SWITCH Ontario

c/o Kingston Economic Development Corporation

420 - 366 King St. E., Kingston, Ontario, K7K 6Y3

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