CALLING ALL THOUGHT LEADERS
Help shape the educational program at Canada's leading clean-energy event!
ETC's Call for Abstracts is now open.
ETC is the only event platform that offers this much collaboration and access to the renewable industry in Canada. Utilize this prime opportunity to showcase your thought leadership in the 2023 program. ETC is committed to building a diverse and inclusive event. We strongly encourage submissions from women, people of color, and underrepresented groups in the renewable energy and energy storage industry.
CALL FOR POSTERS
Select this option to submit a poster concept. Posters facilitate the dissemination of research and innovations, analyses of practical problem-solving efforts, and recommended best practices to the wind, solar, and smart energy communities. Posters may not include marketing. ETC prints and hangs all posters, which are displayed for the duration of the conference. One poster representative is required to attend ETC 2023 to discuss the poster during the Poster Reception and or poster walks.
*Please note: There is no formal speaking role in correspondence with submitting a poster.
Poster Deadline: June 30, 2023
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Individual: This option is for a focused 30-minute Quick Talk or show floor education session. Only a single speaker is required and allowed for this submission type.
Group: Your submission will be considered for a 45-minute or 60-minute session by the Program Committee. An interactive session should consist of two to five speakers and a significant interactive component for audience participation. The speakers listed must be confirmed.
*Warning: Very few group session submissions will be accepted, and the submission module requests a detailed explanation of how the panel plans to engage the audience and an outline of the session's structure.
Workforce development, including training the workers of today and tomorrow, and ergonomics and human factors in clean energy.
Engaging with local stakeholders, including projects that align with the local landscape and community priorities.
Sustainable projects, including environmental management, decommissioning, and circular economy.
The road to net zero: Clean technology projects (solar, wind, energy storage, hybrid).
Supply Chain, including economic landscape, inflation, freight cost, logistical bottleneck.
Green hydrogen strategies in Canada.
Investment tax credit.
Technology life cycle.