DATA FOR SMART ENERGY COMMUNITIES: WHAT SHOULD WE DO WITH IT?
Updated on February 12th, 2021
Cities & communities account for 60% of energy use and more than half of greenhouse gas emissions in Canada.
By getting smart about energy in our communities, we can strengthen our cities & communities while improving energy services for Canadians and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Join Mike Easton of QMC Submetering Solutions and up to 350 leading decision makers and practitioners at QUEST2015: Getting Smart About Energy in our Communities to build partnerships, profile best practices, and explore ongoing opportunities for advancing Smart Energy Communities in Canada.
QUEST’s 9th Annual Conference & Tradeshow is a 2-day program with a third day for tours and workshops.
- Event: Quest2015 Getting Smart About Energy in Our Communities
- October 26 – 28, Marriott Eaton Centre, Toronto
Key themes include:
- Aligning regional and community energy planning
- Smart energy service delivery: integrating electricity, natural gas, storage, and alternative energy networks
- Innovations in energy management for buildings, neighbourhoods, and systems
- Energy and climate resilience for local governments, utilities and developers/builders
- Net-zero buildings & neighbourhoods, renewables, transportation, CHP, heat capture, + much more…
Mike Easton, Vice President, QMC Submetering Solutions will be participating in a panel discussion on how smart meters and other energy tracking devices are providing us with valuable data about energy performance and user behaviour. How can we put that data to use to improve energy service delivery? This session and other breakout sessions are designed to be timely conversations to collect the latest thinking around key ingredients for Smart Energy Communities. Audience participants are invited to provide insights for next steps.
Moderator: MARY ELLEN DONOVAN, QUEST NS;
Panelists: MIKE EASTON QMC METERING; FRANK CARNEVALE, SUSTAINCO & RUPEN SEONI, ENVIRONICS ANALYTICS
QUEST is a non-profit organization that conducts research, engagement and advocacy to advance Smart Energy Communities in Canada. Smart Energy Communities improve energy efficiency, enhance reliability, cut costs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. QUEST conducts research, engagement and advocacy to advance Smart Energy Communities in Canada. This happens nationally as well as with the help of a vast network – including eight provincial and regional caucuses and a reach of 10,000+ stakeholders.