Science continues to demonstrate that more wind energy can be integrated into many electricity systems around the world. Though there continues to be some criticism from industry detractors, and it may be difficult to explain this phenomenon in simple terms, this hot-topic is a pivotal discussion point for the broader clean energy transition. This panel is packed full of technical experts who will use plain language to break down the role of wind energy in supporting grid reliability. You’ll leave this luncheon with a full tool box of information to respond to wind reliability questions with proficiency and confidence.
Opening Remarks: Robert Hornung, President at Canadian Wind Energy Association
Moderator: Roslyn McMann, Director Market Development, BluEarth Renewables Inc.
- Bonnie Hiltz, Vice President, Sussex Strategy Group
- Tom Levy, Senior Wind Engineer, Natural Resources Canada
- Tim Weis, Industrial professor, University of Alberta