THE ENERGIZING EFFICIENCY CONFERENCE

May 24-25, 2023

DATE

May 24-25, 2023

LOCATION

Fredericton, NB

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SESSIONS

20+ sessions

KEYNOTES

2 Speakers

Building Momentum

Significant change is underway, but momentum must continue to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. That momentum will spur action from all of us – individuals, communities, businesses, governments and utilities – to use less energy, from cleaner sources, to use it more efficiently and to support with advocacy, equity, policy and infrastructure. We can’t leave anyone behind.

Let’s come together to share best practices, learn from each other, talk about solutions and look for ways to collaborate.

This year’s conference will feature the following topics:


ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Opportunities to save energy, money, and lower greenhouse gas emissions come from reducing energy waste and improving efficiency. We will strive for solutions that have mutual benefits and provide support where and when it is needed.

ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Managing energy helps drive operational savings and the sharing of energy and equipment data. It can also improve overall well-being, boost productivity, increase ROI and extend the lifespan of equipment.

CARBON REDUCTION
Reducing carbon emissions helps ensure cleaner air, water and food. At every opportunity we can embed sustainable technologies, energy solutions and behaviours across households, facilities, communities as well as transportation and energy infrastructures.

This year’s conference will once again share best practices, case studies, innovative techniques and energy solutions, while enhancing the conversation with content and resources from well-respected speakers in the areas of clean energy, transportation, energy efficiency, building systems, community planning and policy.

AS A CONFERENCE PARTICIPANT YOU WILL DISCOVER HOW TO:

  • Boost your knowledge of energy efficiency and energy management
  • Benefit from efficiency incentive programs
  • Work with NB Power to deliver energy solutions
  • Develop business opportunities in the energy efficiency services industry

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM THE CONFERENCE?

  • Inspiring keynotes
  • Engaging panel discussions
  • Case Studies
  • Professional development workshops
  • Conference mixer and reception
  • Networking opportunities
  • Industry exhibitors

Let’s come together to share best practices, learn from each other, talk about solutions and look for ways to collaborate.

Who Should Attend?

Government

Municipalities

Commercial building owners/operators

Manufacturing

Educators and students

Housing industry professionals

Product and equipment suppliers

Engineering Firms

Energy Efficiency and Environmental Organizations

Energy solutions providers

Industrial energy managers and operators

Industry associations

 

 

2023 energy conference

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

The conference is taking place at the Fredericton Convention Centre, located at 670 Queen St., Fredericton, New Brunswick.

  • $429EARLY BIRD UNTIL APRIL 5
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
  • Conference Dinner
  • Available until April 5
  • $459After April 5
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
  • Conference Dinner
  • $349PUBLIC SERVICE, NON-PROFIT, NB POWER
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
  • Conference Dinner
  • $159 STUDENT
  • Full Delegate
  • Keynotes
  • All Sessions
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Nutritional Breaks
  • $99CONFERENCE DINNER
  • Non-delegates or guests of delegates
  • Conference Dinner

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Jamie Dinsmore

Jamie Dinsmore

Energy & Resources Industry Lead, Microsoft Canada

Keynote: The Decade of How: Accelerating Canada’s Journey to Net Zero.

Jamie Dinsmore is the Energy & Resources Industry Lead at Microsoft Canada. He is responsible for leading a diverse, cross-functional team that is committed to helping the energy sector drive business transformation and greater social responsibility using trusted technology.

Jamie and his team are focused on helping Canadian companies transform their workforce, accelerate the energy transition, and reduce carbon emissions while effectively meeting the world’s growing energy demand with renewable sources.

SPEAKERS & MODERATORS

Lori Clark

Lori Clark

President and CEO, NB Power

About

Session: Remarks

Lori was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer on March 20, 2023, after serving as acting president and CEO since July 4, 2022. Most recently, Lori served as the Senior Vice President, Operations and led the teams responsible for safe and reliable generation (conventional), transmission and distribution of power across the province. Ms. Clark was also accountable for the employees who serve our customers every day and those focused on modernizing the New Brunswick power grid.

Lori holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick and is a Chartered Professional Accountant. Lori has also studied Nuclear Reactor Technology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Leadership at the Wharton School of Business.

 

Jamie Dinsmore

Jamie Dinsmore

Energy & Resources Industry Lead, Microsoft Canada

About

Keynote: The Decade of How: Accelerating Canada’s Journey to Net Zero

Jamie Dinsmore is the Energy & Resources Industry Lead at Microsoft Canada. He is responsible for leading a diverse, cross-functional team that is committed to helping the energy sector drive business transformation and greater social responsibility using trusted technology. Jamie and his team are focused on helping Canadian companies transform their workforce, accelerate the energy transition, and reduce carbon emissions while effectively meeting the world’s growing energy demand with renewable sources.

Jamie has over 25 years of extensive experience in sales leadership, management, and professional services. He has a proven ability to develop and lead high performance teams in a complex matrixed organization, as well as a strong history of working with partners to drive industry alignment and achieve outstanding business results. Well-known for building and developing strong talent, Jamie is passionate about fostering innovation and empowering the next generation of leaders. Prior to joining Microsoft, Jamie was the President and CEO at Siemens Industry Software ULC. Jamie holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Queen’s University and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto).

 

Stephen Dixon

Stephen Dixon

President, TdS Dixon Inc

About

Session: Energy Treasure Hunt

Stephen has for over 40 years provided energy management services to a diverse range of industrial, commercial, institutional and utility organizations. Broadly recognized as a leader in energy management training, his focus is simple; to empower all that he works with to use energy more effectively by developing individual skills, organizational best practices and providing tools for energy management.  Stephen has extensive energy management experience, including 900+ energy assessments, over 2,500 energy management workshops and has inspired over 30,000 individuals from more than 1,300 organizations.   Stephen holds a Master’s Degree in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor of Physics from the University of Prince Edward Island. 

 

Maddy Ewing

Maddy Ewing

Consultant, Dunsky Energy + Climate Advisors

About

Session: Charging Ahead on Fleet Electrification

Maddy is a core member of Dunsky’s Mobility practice and is responsible for leading the organization’s fleet electrification service area. She has supported a wide range of clients, including the federal government, a private telecommunications company, and various municipalities in planning their transition to EVs.

Prior to joining Dunsky, Maddy worked for the Pembina Institute, a clean energy think tank, where she was responsible for overseeing and executing a wide range of research projects on topics such as zero-emission fleets, heavy-duty vehicle fuel efficiency, as well as clean transportation policy options.

 

Bruce Good

Bruce Good

Energy Analyst and Energy Projects Supervisor, City of Fredericton

About

Session: Best Practices in Energy Management and Carbon Reduction at the City of Fredericton

Bruce has been working with the City of Fredericton for the past 5 years as an Energy Analyst and Energy Projects Supervisor and is focused is implementing projects identified in the City’s plan to decrease carbon emissions by 50% of our 2004 levels, by 2030. Bruce has worked extensively with all of NB Power’s efficiency programs (Peak Rebate, Commercial Buildings Retrofit Program, Business Rebate Program, etc.

Bruce is a graduate of NBCC Saint John Mechanical Engineering Technology program with over 25 years’ experience working with buildings (Building Automation, HVAC Maintenance, energy management and performance upgrades, and Maintenance Management).

 

Premier Blaine Higgs

Premier Blaine Higgs

Province of New Brunswick

About

Blaine Higgs, Member of the Legislative Assembly for Quispamsis, was born in Woodstock, New Brunswick. First elected to the Legislative Assembly on September 27, 2010, he represents the riding of Quispamsis. Mr. Higgs was re-elected to the Legislative Assembly on September 22, 2014, as MLA for Quispamsis. In 2016 he was elected Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party. On September 24, 2018, was elected for a third term as the MLA for Quispamsis. On November 9th, 2018 he formed the first minority government in 100 years and became the 34th Premier of New Brunswick. On September 14th, 2020, Premier Higgs was elected for a fourth term and formed a majority government, becoming the first Premier since Premier Bernard Lord to secure a second mandate from the people of New Brunswick.

 

Micheline Joyce

Micheline Joyce

Vice President of Business Development and Partnerships, Climative

About

Experienced business executive with an impressive 30+ year track record, including SAP and Microsoft. Proven ability to drive digital transformation for public sector and enterprise customers. Expert in negotiating high-value contracts, resulting in the adoption of solutions as strategic platforms and corporate standards. Demonstrated success in growing market share and establishing trusted advisor relationships with clients. Skilled at fostering partnerships with leading consulting organizations, cultivating enduring client connections to pursue transformative opportunities.

Derek Kelly

Derek Kelly

Senior Industry Officer, Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) Office of Energy Efficiency

About

Session: Industry Programs and Initatives with CIPEC (CanadianIndustry Partnership for Energy Conservation)

Derek is a Senior Industry Officer in Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) Office of Energy Efficiency.  By helping to deliver NRCan’s industrial energy efficiency programs and support, Derek works with Canadian industry across a number of sectors through NRCan’s Canadian Industry Partnership for Energy Conservation (CIPEC).  Prior to joining NRCan, Derek worked for several years in other federal government departments in the areas of international market development, branding, public affairs and communications.

 

Sean Kelly

Sean Kelly

Strategic Consultant, SKC

About

Session: Effectively Communicating about Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

Sean has over 30 years of experience in program development and management, strategic planning, communications, and adult education. Currently a strategic consultant, he has worked for organizations including Clean Nova Scotia Foundation (as Manager of Communications and then as Director of Energy Programs), Cuso International, and the Lester Pearson Institute for International Development.

Sean has managed energy efficiency and poverty reduction programs, coordinated green marketing initiatives, and worked at the crossroads of environment and social equity. Sean studied International Development at Dalhousie and Adult Education at St. Francis Xavier. He has been published in Canadian and international magazines and newspapers, and has produced radio documentaries heard on the CBC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and National Public Radio in the U.S.

 

Daman Kochhar

Daman Kochhar

Senior Program Manager, CLEAResult

About

Session: Case Study: Strategic Energy Management

Daman brings more than 12 years of experience in the clean energy sector- generation, conservation, and demand-side management. She spent her early years in technical advancements of c-Si solar cells and later moved on to project deployment and portfolio management. At CLEAResult, she is the senior program manager overseeing Strategic Energy Management (SEM) services across Canada.

 

Dan Kolbert

Dan Kolbert

Owner, Kolbert Building

About

Session: Pretty Good House

Dan has worked in the trades since 1986. Since starting his own company 20 years ago, he has homed in on energy efficient, thoughtfully built and renovated homes. He has written for several trade magazines, worked on many educational programs, and is the moderator of the building science discussion group where Pretty Good House originated.

 

Josh Lander

Josh Lander

Product Manager, Climative

About

Entrepreneurial and empathetic leader focused on understanding customer needs and creating solutions that add value. Extensive experience in GHG and energy-saving projects through radical simplification of the energy-efficiency supply chain. Value-driven product manager with a proven track record of leading cross-functional teams in planning and building a software as a service energy analytics platform.

Jean Marc Landry

Jean Marc Landry

Chief Customer Officer, NB Power

About

Session: Opening Remarks

Jean Marc was appointed Chief Customer Officer in July 2021. During his 20+ year career, Jean Marc has amassed an extensive background in customer service having led customer experience, customer innovation, marketing, research, product development, sales and call centre teams, both regionally and internationally.

In the role of Chief Customer Officer, Jean Marc is responsible for providing strategic leadership in the development of a customer-centric culture at NB Power. He leads the customer relations team, energy efficiency services, product and service development and management, sales, marketing and corporate brand functions and serves as a key interface between our customers and the Corporation.

 

Catherine Langlois

Catherine Langlois

Development Director, SOFIAC

About

Holder of a Master’s degree in international management, Catherine worked at the Business Development Bank of Canada before joining the ranks of SOFIAC in the summer of 2022. With her customer-centric approach, she supports companies in their energy transition towards a greener future.

 

Pierre Langlois

Pierre Langlois

President, Econoler and SOFIAC

About

Session: Alternative Financing for Energy Efficiency Projects

Pierre currently acts as the president of Econoler and of SOFIAC. He has 35 years of experience in Canada and internationally in the development and implementation of adapted solutions to the implementation of energy transition and decarbonisation programs and projects. He is recognized as one of the international leading figures in the design and implementation of innovative financing mechanisms for energy efficiency projects, in the use of Energy Performance Contracting and operation of Energy Service Companies (ESCOs).

Geoff MacDonald

Geoff MacDonald

Executive Director, The Gaia Project

About

Session: Gaia – Energy Escape Room

Geoff is the Executive Director with The Gaia Project, an educational outreach organization focused on sustainability. For over a decade, Geoff has shared science activities and experiments with youth. As a science educator and curriculum specialist, Geoff wants to improve the student experience in science classrooms around New Brunswick. He joined the Gaia Project in 2018 to develop the Climate Change Education Plan. This ambitious project targets K-12 educational goals, integrating project-based topics around sustainable living, climate-change mitigation and energy literacy.

With a master’s degree in inquiry-based science instruction and curriculum development, Geoff enjoys seeing students think outside the box and making inquiry-based connections.

Travis Moore

Travis Moore

Research Council Officer, Construction Research Centre, National Research Council of Canada

About

Session: Decarbonizing at Scale with Construction Codes

Travis is presently a Research Council Officer at the Construction Research Centre of the National Research Council of Canada. He has worked at the NRC for 14 years in various roles and specializes in heat and mass transport and long-term durability of building envelopes in support of Canadian industry and National Model Building and Energy Codes development.

 

Emily Mottram

Emily Mottram

Principal, Mottram Architecture

About

Session: Pretty Good House

Emily is the founder and principal of Mottram Architecture, a boutique practice specializing in new homes and renovations that are beautiful, functional, comfortable, healthy, and durable.  An educator at heart, Mottram also teaches building science and sustainable design at a local community college and hosts the monthly podcast E3: Energy and Efficiency with Emily. Emily is the co-author of the recently released Pretty Good House book, and co-hosts the live-streamed BS* + Beer Show, a monthly building science show for professionals and “civilians” alike.

 

Sooria Narsiah

Sooria Narsiah

Senior Director, Innovation, Summerhill

About

Pioneering and managing innovative solutions for energy efficiency is what Sooria does best and with passion. Sooria brings over 29 years of international experience in the practice of Energy Efficiency where he has served over 400 businesses in the Industrial and Commercial space in Canada, Madagascar, Fiji Islands and Mauritius and worked with several Canadian Utility companies to design and implement DSM Programs. Sooria has a deep understanding of the uniqueness of businesses when it comes to energy utilization.

In his current position as a Senior Director, Innovation, with Summerhill, Sooria’s tasks focus on developing innovative and deep retrofit measures and new concepts to DSM Program design and implementation. Naming a few of his recent work, Sooria has developed a tool which is also available as an app to calculate infiltration losses in single family houses. This app was recently tested successfully through a performance-based air sealing program for Enbridge.

Sooria continued his work on infiltration and this time in the commercial space. He recently completed a pilot for Efficiency Manitoba where infiltration in commercial buildings were investigated through drone-operated infrared cameras along with a proprietary software which quantified the energy losses and accurately pointed to problem areas. In previous roles through various companies, Sooria has been leading teams of energy engineers and analysts to manage utility rebate programs and conduct ASHRAE Levels 1, 2 and 3 energy audits across various commercial and industrial facilities.

Sooria holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mumbai, India and is a registered Professional Engineer in Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta. He also holds an MBA from Kellogg School of Management, Chicago and holds an MSc in Project Management from the University of Mauritius. He also holds the CEM and CMVP designations.

 

Eddie Oldfield

Eddie Oldfield

Senior Lead, Projects and Advisory Services, QUEST

About

Session: Community Energy Planning for First Nations

Since 1998, Eddie has coordinated initiatives focused on local sustainability, GHG emissions reduction, climate adaptation and resilience planning.  In his current role, he helps deliver regional and national projects to advance Smart Energy Communities.  Eddie also co-chairs the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)’s global Energy and Utilities working group, and recently contributed to a Building Energy Mapping and Analytics study.  In the past, Eddie served as Director of the NB Climate Change Hub and has led development of innovative web-based map services for climate-health programs and a cross-border pandemic exercise in 2007.  He holds a BA (2008), with Interdisciplinary Honours from St. Thomas University, and is an accomplished musician.  Eddie is also the Recipient of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal.

 

Rochelle Owen

Rochelle Owen

Executive Director, Office of Sustainability, Dalhousie University

About

Session: Rooftop Solar: A 12 year journey of planning, financing, implementation and monitoring

Rochelle Owen has worked in the environment and sustainability field for over 30 years at non-profit, government, and academic institutions. She currently works as the Executive Director of the Office of Sustainability at Dalhousie University. Rochelle uses facilitation, community development, program management, and analytical skills to design programs and involve people in sustainability issues. Rochelle holds a BSc in community health, a Masters in Environmental Studies, and is a LEED Green Associate.

 

Beth Pollock

Beth Pollock

Director, Energy Efficiency Services NB Power

About

Session: Welcome

Beth is a broad based program delivery manager and marketer with over 20 years of experience in delivering innovative programs and services to the people of New Brunswick.  Beth worked with NBTel and Bell Aliant for 13 years marketing and developing internet and digital TV services before moving to Efficiency NB where she eventually became the Director of Program Delivery.  As Director of Energy Efficiency Services at NB Power Beth supports a dynamic team that helps New Brunswickers benefit from energy efficiency.  

 

Kraig Porter

Kraig Porter

On-Site Energy Manager, Efficiency Nova Scotia

About

Session: A Day in the Life of an Energy Manager

Since 2017, Efficiency Nova Scotia’s Roving Energy Manager, Kraig has helped those in the agricultural sector identify opportunities to save over $1 million  annually on their energy bills. An employee of Efficiency Nova Scotia since 2012, Kraig works with farmers, the Department of Agriculture, industry associations, engineering firms, contractors and other stakeholders in the agricultural sector.  Kraig is a graduate of St. Francis Xavier University (BSc in Environmental Earth Science with interdisciplinary studies in Aquatic Resources) and the Annapolis Valley Campus of the Nova Scotia Community College (diploma in Energy Sustainability Engineering Technology).

 

Dwayne Primeau

Dwayne Primeau

President, Northern Business Intelligence

About

Session: Driving Sustainability through Connected Vehicle Data

Dwayne is passionate about helping customers apply technology to drive measurable and impactful change in their organizations. With 20 years in sales, management, and business leadership, originating with Xerox and salesforce.com, Dwayne has spent the last six years leading the expansion of Northern BI’s services across North America. Outside of work, Dwayne enjoys volunteering for local non-profit organizations, going on outdoor adventures with his family, competitive sailing, cycling and drinking exceptional coffee.

 

Christopher Ralph

Christopher Ralph

Director, Sustainable Mobility and Energy Solutions, The Lion Electric Company

About

Session: Energy and Grid 2.0

Christopher is the director of sustainable mobility and energy solutions at The Lion Electric Company. He has a decade of experience in renewable energy and electric fleets, and has worked for companies like Hydro Ottawa and Brookfield Renewable Energy. He has studied climate change and environmental policy at the University of Toronto, Carleton University and Université de Québec.

 

Mylène Riva

Mylène Riva

Associate Professor, Department of Geography, McGill University

About

Session: Energy Poverty, Health and Well-being in Canada

Mylène is Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at McGill University, where she holds a Canada Research Chair in Housing, Community and Health. She leads an applied research program that spans health geography and population health to understand housing conditions as structural determinants of health and as settings for intervention to promote health and well-being in urban, rural, and remote geographical locations. Her current research explores the intersection between housing, energy, and health, with a focus on energy poverty. She is committed to working with communities, organizations, and governments to provide rigorous scientific evidence that can be used to inform practice and public policy.

 

Gregory Robart

Gregory Robart

CEO, Smart Grid Innovation Network Canada Inc.

About

Greg leads a national organization focused on supporting implementations of a cleaner energy system that generates, moves, and uses energy in a more environmentally and socially conscious way.  Through his leadership he has initiated several key initiatives including a Utility Benchmark project, Smart Energy supply chain database, international implementation knowledge and trade missions, and an electrification program that will enable utility and non-utility stakeholders to engage in upcoming electrification opportunities across Canada.

Prior to his current position, Greg served as the Global Lead for Siemens’ Managed Transition Offering, which assists utilities in their shift towards a cleaner, more digital operational model. He championed this type of transformation with customers in various regions, including Canada, the US, and the Middle East. Before joining Siemens, he was responsible for leading the Delivery Management/Risk Management group for the system integrator division in Bell Canada, which covered sectors such as health care, corrections, government, and communications. Additionally, he served as the director for an engineering consulting firm, where he established the buildings division and oversaw mechanical and electrical disciplines.

 

Michelle Robichaud

Michelle Robichaud

President, Atlantic Centre for Energy

About

Panel Discussion: Preparing the workforce for the clean energy transition

Michelle has more than 20 years of progressive public relations and business management experience. She has lead research projects and community engagement initiatives as a consultant for various government and community groups with her own company and as a community volunteer. She currently serves on the executive committee of the Atlantic Hydrogen Alliance and the Atlantic Clean Energy Alliance, and is a member of the national SMR Leadership Roundtable and Energy Safety Canada’s Energy Transition Steering Committee.

Previously, Michelle worked in marketing in the business department at the New Brunswick Community College and in communications and media relations for the Financial and Consumer Services Commission. She also owned a corporate event management and consulting company, and worked in various roles with the regional economic development agency.

Swati Singhal

Swati Singhal

Smart Energy Electrification Project Lead

About

Session: Electrification 4.0

Swati brings more than a decade of experience in the energy industry and is skilled in assessing the global energy markets and regulatory frameworks. She is adept in business development, project management, risk assessment, commercial discussion, and negotiation, energy cost modeling, and ESG reporting.

She holds an MBA in power management and a bachelor of technology in electrical engineering. Her background is in devising strategies to improve processes and to create new avenues for companies to invest in new markets. At SGIN, as Project Lead – she is responsible for planning, design, and delivery of projects by engaging all stakeholders.

 

Jodi Stringer-Webb

Jodi Stringer-Webb

Dean of Engineering Technologies, New Brunswick Community College

About

Jodi is the Dean of Engineering Technologies at the New Brunswick Community College.  As a Professional Engineer and former high school science and math teacher, Jodi is dedicated to ensuring that Engineering Technology programs at the Community College support relevant and rewarding careers in New Brunswick.

 

Léo Viger-Bernard

Léo Viger-Bernard

Vice President, Corporate Affairs, RVE

About

Session: EV Charging Solutions for Multi-unit Properties

Léo has been working to democratize access to charging in multi-unit buildings since 2017. With RVE, he developed a unique approach in North America to connect EV chargers directly to the electrical infrastructure of condos and apartments, eliminating the need to install new shared electrical infrastructure and the recurring costs of commercial products. As Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Léo is working to share this expertise across the country to improve EV charging at home.

 

Cassidy Weisbord

Cassidy Weisbord

Hub Manager, Green Economy New Brunswick

About

Session: Overcoming challenges and leveraging opportunities to business sustainability

Cassidy grew up along the corridor between Montreal, QC, and the Laurentians where he developed a love for the outdoors, fishing, conservation, and the diverse aquatic ecosystems and organisms indigenous to our Canadian waterways. Through contract research and consulting, Cassidy continues to support NGO’s, government, and industry in their efforts to innovate and adopt cleaner, more sustainable technologies and industrial practices, infrastructures, and community-based strategies.

As a multilingual, multi-disciplinary professional, Cassidy remains committed to life-long learning, personal and professional development, life-work balance, and creating a positive impact within his adopted community and province.

 

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    ACCOMMODATIONS

    Are you traveling from outside of the city?

    The Hilton Garden Inn Fredericton is pleased to offer conference delegates a discounted rate on guest rooms on Tuesday, May 23 and Wednesday, May 24, 2023.  There are also a limited number of guest rooms available at the Crowne Plaza Fredericton.

    Conference Preferred Room Rate

    Standard guest room rate at both hotels is $134.00, and $154.00 for a king room + applicable taxes and fees.

    Reservations must be made on or before Monday, April 24, 2023 (based on availability) in order to be eligible for the group rate. Please mention group code name Energizing Efficiency when booking when calling to receive special rate.

    For reservations at the Hilton Garden Inn Fredericton by phone: (506) 999-1551 or online here.

    For reservations at the Crowne Plaza Fredericton by phone: (506) 455-3371 or online here.

    Where can I park?

    Delegates and hotel guests may use the Fredericton Convention Centre parking garage on King Street, that’s attached to the Fredericton Convention Centre. Parking at the garage is $1.00 per hour for first 9 hours. Between 9 and 24 hours is prorated to a maximum of $15.00

    Crowne Plaza Fredericton offers convenient on-site parking at a rate of $1.75 per hour to a maximum of $13.00 per day and guests of the Crowne Plaza may charge to their guestroom folio.

    Hilton Garden Inn Fredericton also has onsite covered parking available for $13 per day for guests staying at their property. Hotel guest are to their register licences plate upon check in.

    Driving an EV?

    There is a level 2 electric vehicle charging station at the Crowne Plaza for guests, and additional Level 2 and DC fast chargers at the NB Power office at 527 King Street and behind Fredericton City Hall on York Street.

     

     

    SPONSORS

     Sponsorship Guide

    Want to be involved in this amazing conference? Contact our sponsorship coordinator using the form below.

      Platinum Sponsors

      platinum sponsor greenfoot
      platinum sponsor government of new brunswick

      Dinner Entertainment

      Silver HOMESOL

      Gold Sponsors

      Summerhill gold sponsor
      ThermalWise
      CLEAResult ecofitt

      Silver Sponsors

      EnerCheck Bronze Sponsor
      silver saint john energy
      silver MCW

      Bronze Sponsors

      Commercial Properties Limited Bronze Sponsor

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