An exciting new
event to lead Canada's clean electricity transformation
An exciting new event to lead Canada's clean electricity transformation
Wind energy, solar energy, and energy storage collaborate to deliver clean, low-cost, flexible solutions to a modernized electricity grid
Gain insights about the latest technologies, policies, grid modernization, and more.
Meet key stakeholders from the wind, solar, and energy storage technology sectors, discuss shared opportunities and solutions, and form lasting partnerships.
See the latest breakthroughs in technologies, products, policies, and services from across the renewable electricity sector.
The future is clean and renewable
A massive energy transformation is underway around the world. It is changing how we generate, manage, distribute, and use electricity.
In response, Canada is introducing a new event that brings together converging renewable energy and complementary technologies. These technologies are poised to provide the utility-scale generation and distributed energy resources solutions required to transform Canada's energy system into one that relies much more heavily on clean, affordable, and reliable renewable electricity.
Electricity Transformation Canada will be Canada's largest renewable energy conference and exhibition, with the key areas of focus being wind energy, solar energy, and energy storage, while expanding to incorporate complementary technologies.
This event will take place November 9-12, 2020 in Toronto and promises to attract the key players that are working together to drive Canada's energy transformation. Participants will include utilities, system operators, governments, end-use sectors undergoing electrification, and a variety of energy professionals.
Driven by industry partners
Organized with leading industry associations
Electricity Transformation Canada has been developed in partnership with the industry associations that represent the two fastest growing forms of new electricity in Canada; the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) and the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA).
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.