Renewable energy focus of final forum

Royal Roads University is hosting GreenTech Exchange’s final forum for 2012 on Vancouver Island

Royal Roads University is hosting GreenTech Exchange’s final forum for 2012 on Vancouver Island.

Realizing the Opportunities of Solar Energy, Communities and Products will be held Thursday, Nov. 29 at RRU’s Learning and Innovation Centre in the fourth floor’s Centre for Dialogue.

GreenTech has hosted forums in various communities on Vancouver Island throughout the year.

This final forum will feature Home Energy Solutions Ltd. founder David Egles, architect Andrew Moore, Colwood Coun. Judith Cullington, president of Sun Country Highway Kent Rathwell and president of Sunreps LLC John Wabel.

Each speaker will present ideas related to renewable energy at the event, which will bring together investors, researchers, policy decision makers and students to network and exchange ideas.

The event is open to the public. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m., with the forum scheduled for 6 p.m.

 

Registration is also available online at greentechexchange.wildapricot.org.

 

 

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