Cumberland Energy Authority hosting the third energy symposium
The Cumberland Energy Authority is hosting the third energy symposium in Springhill on Thursday, May 24.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. This free event is open to the public and will have interactive activities, networking opportunities.
As well, the Centre for Local prosperity will present its documentary film Climate Change and the Human Prospect.
“This year’s Energy Symposium’s theme is Cumberland County: Trailblazers in Climate Change.
We are pleased to see representation from the federal, provincial, and municipal governments, energy associations, renewable energy developers, FORCE, renewable energy program coordinators, academic institutions and residents interested in renewable energy development registered for the Symposium,” said Cumberland Energy Authority chair, Rennie Bugley.
Confirmed panelists for this free event include: Robert Cervelli, Centre for Local Prosperity; Rebecca Cope-Moore, Ecology Action Centre; Adam Fenech, University of Prince Edward Island and Gregory Heming, Centre for Local Prosperity
Sessions throughout the event will address climate change action in the Cumberland County Region, building relationships with Indigenous communities, Cumberland County’s energy resources, the outcomes of the last retreat, and more.
Confirmed speakers for keynote sessions include Fundy FORCE General Manager Tony Wright, Cumberland Energy Authority executive director Ray Hickey, and capital projects engineer Brian Herteis.
The second symposium saw approximately 250 participants and the Cumberland Energy Authority is looking forward to another successful event promoting green energy initiatives and projects in Cumberland County and throughout the Province of Nova Scotia.
To register for this event please visit the Cumberland Energy Authority’s website at cumberlandenergy-authority.ca.