An exciting new
event to lead Canada's clean electricity transformation
An exciting new event to lead Canada's clean electricity transformation
Hannover Fairs (Canada) and the Canadian Renewable Energy Association have been closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19 situation and the impact it has had on committed and potential participants, exhibitors, and sponsors of Electricity Transformation Canada 2020. We sincerely hope that all of you, your loved ones and your colleagues have been and remain healthy and safe.
Like so many other event organizers in Canada and around the globe, we were hoping the outlook for the Fall would be more promising at this time with respect to COVID-19. With the Government of Ontario announcing plans to move to Phase 3 of reopening the economy, that outlook is improving but there is still no indication of how or when larger indoor gatherings will be permitted. The Government of Ontario has made no reference to a Phase 4 and provided no direction with respect to when conferences and trade shows may once again be held. The border between Canada and the United States remains closed and there is no certainty as to when it may re-open.
Taking these challenging limitations into account, Electricity Transformation Canada Exhibition & Conference, scheduled to take place November 10-12, 2020 in Toronto is cancelled. While we are extremely disappointed that this much-anticipated inaugural event will not take place this year, our top priority is the health and safety of our exhibitors, sponsors, and attendees.
We thank you for your continued support and enthusiasm for this exciting new event, and we look forward to welcoming you next year at Electricity Transformation Canada on November 17-19, 2021.
While COVID-19 has resulted in the cancellation of Electricity Transformation Canada 2020, Canada’s electricity system continues to transform. As a result, the Canadian Renewable Energy Association will host a virtual event in November 2020 that will examine the role of wind energy, solar energy, and energy storage in the transformation of electricity systems across Canada. More information on this event will be forthcoming in September 2020, as part of the association’s comprehensive events program for 2020-2021.
On behalf of Hannover Fairs (Canada) and the Canadian Renewable Energy Association teams, we thank you for your patience and continued support as we navigate these difficult times.
Wind energy, solar energy, and energy storage collaborate to deliver clean, low-cost, flexible solutions to a modernized, smart electricity grid
Gain insights about the latest technologies, policies, grid modernization, and more.
Meet key players driving Canada’s energy transformation, share new ideas, and form strategic partnerships that benefit your business.
Discover the latest trends, products and services from across the renewable electricity sector.
The future is clean and renewable
and Electricity Transformation Canada is leading the charge.
A massive energy transformation is underway around the world. It's changing how we generate, manage, distribute, and use electricity.
In November 2021, Electricity Transformation Canada will be Canada's largest renewable and flexible energy conference and exhibition – bringing together wind energy, solar energy, energy storage, and complementary technologies – from transportation electrification to smart grid and digitalization – all in one landmark event. These technologies are poised to provide the utility-scale and distributed-resource solutions required to transform Canada's electricity system.
This event will take place November 17-19, 2021 in Toronto and promises to attract key stakeholders looking to advance the global electricity transformation. Participants will include utilities, system operators, governments, end-use sectors undergoing electrification, and a variety of energy professionals.
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Electricity Transformation Canada has been developed in partnership with the Canadian Renewable Energy Association (CanREA) which represents the voice of wind energy, solar energy and energy storage in Canada.
Hannover Fairs (Canada) Inc., a subsidiary of Deutsche Messe - one of the world's largest and most active event organizers - will deliver this unique multi-technology event, addressing the needs of generators, utilities, governments, businesses, and consumers.