Sunday, January 25, 2015

Event - Renewable Energy Exhibition McHewel 2015

The Renewable Energy Exhibition (REE) McHewel 2015 will take place on Wednesday February 18 to Tuesday January 20, 2015, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 650 Dixon Road, Toronto, Canada in Toronto, Ontario.

The theme for this year is "Increasing Energy Capacity with Sustainable renewable sources." REE is Canada’s Leading renewable energy event, it is organized by the McHewel Investment Group.

REE showcases products like wind, solar, bio fuel, hydrocarbon, geothermal, agriculture, environment, finance, and hydrogen based products and services associated with this field etc. in the Power, Renewable Energy & Energy Conservation industry.

REE will feature an impressive line-up of local and international speakers, delegates and exhibitors, who will gather to debate a new energy future for Canada. This event takes place in partnership with Canadian Association for Renewable Energies, as well as numerous other local and multinational organizations, like Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP), Canadian Renewable Energy Alliance, World Bank from both the public and private sectors. This year event will attract more than 3,000 renewable energy power professionals and exhibiting companies from all over the World.

The objective of REE is to:

• Create a platform for all stakeholders to network and transfer knowledge and skills. • Raise awareness and educate the public about renewable energy sources and climate change in Canada and the World. • Showcase both local and international initiatives and technologies. • Mobilise Consumers across all sectors to act on climate change in all aspects of their lives. Create a platform for Business, Government and NGO’s to showcase Renewable Energy solutions and climate change initiatives and technologies.

Renewable Energy Exhibition is designed to enable participants stay abreast of developments and highlight issues affecting the energy industry and further highlight technologies, strategies and policies covering the wind, solar, biofuel, hydrocarbon, geothermal, agriculture, environment, finance, and hydrogen in Canada.

The REE Expo

This session will be held concurrently with the Conference, the Expo will focus on presentations by leading companies and Organization on sustainable energy solutions for today and the future of Canada. The exhibitor will present their latest technologies and innovations that are already on working in other markets. Features of REE 2015:

REE will stimulate local by give back to the community we do business with follow feature over and above the event:

1. Eco-Leaders

This Programme is aimed at helping local government officials turn clean energy visions into reality. This will serve as a virtual clearing house of clean energy policy information and tools, and leverage assistance of global partners to offer policy best practices, peer-to-peer learning, expert policy assistance, and training. This programme will promote synthesized lessons from several countries on policies, regulations, planning, and practices for effectively achieving and managing significant renewable energy penetration into municipalities. Participants will be connected to a global network of clean energy experts for personalized attention and quick response to technical assistance on strategies, regulations, standards, financial incentives, and deployment programs.

2. Green Award

This initiative is to honour and recognize companies (of all sizes), government departments, schools, individuals and organizations who have demonstrated their commitment to the advancement of energy efficiency by implementing policies, projects and training that are relevant, innovative and effective in the fields of Green Economy, Energy Efficiency, Urban planning, Communication, Ecology, Engineering, Policy, Clean technology, Lean process, ERPs, Counteracting the disruption of nature such as Mitigating water scarcity & flooding, Preventing and managing pollution, Climate-proofing of infrastructure etc..

3. Investors Forum

The networking forum aim to create engagement session for exhibitors/investors to meet and establish relationship on investment opportunities and facilitate as a kick-off stage for industry solution introduction. Additionally, formal and informal meeting rooms will be provided to host private meetings, with Information Technology services (internet, teleconferencing, printing etc) forming part of the facilities as well as an on-line match making platform to allow exhibitors, delegates and visitors to network, meet and make new connections.

4. Media Hub

The media hub is open to all local and international press and media. Facilities to be included are high speed internet, video and teleconferencing facilities and an open office layout. Facilities for a local broadcaster may be provided to host TV interviews, talk shows, etc.

5. Re-duce Re-use Re-cycle Station programme

Part of the mandate of the expo is to be environmentally friendly and achieve a zero carbon foot print. The Re-duce Re-use Re-cycle station will house initiatives involved in these areas. Such initiatives include recycling, reducing emission by planting trees, the use of environmental friendly materials and placing of recycling bin at key location in the State.

To register click here.

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