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Smart Governance for Smart Electricity: Moving Forward from the Auditor General's Report

The conference Smart Governance for Smart Electricity: Beyond the Auditor General's Report was presented by the University of Waterloo and the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western, and facilitated by the Council for Clean and Reliable Energy.

The Keynote Address from Jim McCarter, Auditor General of Ontario highlighted pertinent information in the 2011 Annual Report issued by the Office of the Auditor General of Ontario that related to the electricity sector. The conference brought together leading experts in the electricity sector from industry, labour, government and academia to assess and debate policy priorities that could lead to improvements in the performance of Canada's agencies and crown corporations occurred.

A Summary Report of the conference will be released that will focus on the presentations and emerging debate. We welcome your review of the presentations and materials presented at the conference.

Smart Governance for Smart Electricity: Moving Forward from the Auditor General\'s Report; Thursday, April 12, 2012
  • Welcome and Opening Remarks
    • Welcome - Jatin Nathwani, Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo, Executive Director, Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy
  • An External Perspective on the Performance of Ontario's Electricity Sector
  • Moving Forward: Policy Options

Event Sponsors

GE | Hitachi Power Workers' Union AECON PrinterOn Ontario Centres of Excellence Ontario Centre for Engineering and Public Policy Building & Construction Trades Council of Ontario Ontario Power Generation National Post Building-Construction Trades Dept. Bruce Power Bridgepoint Group AECL - EACL WISE - Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy

CCRE Partners

Richard Ivey School of Business - The University of Western Ontario WISE - Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy, University of Waterloo Power Workers' Union