Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure provides mission-critical and business-critical solutions to governments and service providers. A global leader, proven innovator, and trusted partner, our software and industry expertise help improve the lives of millions of people through safer communities, better public services, and more reliable infrastructure. Visit hexagonsafetyinfrastructure.com.
Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure is part of Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXAB; hexagon.com), a leading global provider of information technologies that drive quality and productivity improvements across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications.
Stem, a leading provider of intelligent energy storage, automates electricity savings for businesses and provides fast-acting dispatchable resources to the grid. Stem combines energy storage and predictive software to maximize value, aggregating a distributed fleet of storage assets to provide capacity, stability and reliability. Founded in 2009, Stem is funded by global energy companies such as Constellation New Energy, GE Ventures, Iberdrola, Mitsui & Co., Ltd. and RWE Supply & Trading.
Aird & Berlis LLP is a leading Canadian law firm based in Toronto, serving clients across Canada and globally. The firm’s practice encompasses all principal areas of business law, including corporate/commercial, corporate finance, banking, insolvency and restructuring, energy, environmental, infrastructure/P3, technology and intellectual property, litigation, labour and employment, municipal and land use planning, real estate and tax.
Our Energy Group is well equipped to advise clients on a broad spectrum of issues. We are recognized as experts by the energy law community, including the Ontario Energy Association, municipalities, financial institutions and other energy market participants. Members of the team frequently write and speak on various energy topics including the firm’s complimentary webinars and www.energyinsider.ca, A&B’s blog on issues related to energy regulation.
Toronto based cloud contact centre software provider. The NuVoxx team has over two decades of experience delivering cloud-based contact centre applications including IVR, hosted dialer, hosted ACD and other voice applications and services. NuVoxx specializes in providing highly reliable and scalable IVR, Call Routing and AutoDialer services to power utilities and other clients with unpredictable call volumes and spikey call traffic.
Formed in 2008, Evluma is committed to developing affordable, long-lasting and environmentally low-impact LED lighting solutions that fundamentally change the landscape of the outdoor utility lighting market. Evluma’s high standard of customer service and background in innovative lighting technologies, automation and software design creatively ideate and inform it’s Made in Washington USA products. Evluma’s award-winning LED AreaMaxTM luminaire is “The Light of the Country” and the utility standard for street and area lighting. With 20kVA surge protection and Photocontrol FailsafeTM the AreaMax is truly maintenance free.
The Sky Guys are leaders in the aerial drone space, providing photography, video, mapping, inspection, and surveying solutions to clients across all sectors.
In addition to their primary core service business, they have a manufacturing division focused on design and development of cutting edge drone technology, a UAV University that trains hundreds of UAV pilots every month, and a consulting division that helps facilitate larger firms as they transition into the UAV market by providing direction with SFOC applications and approvals, risk analyses and onsite training.
The Sky Guys are widely regarded as the most advanced small unmanned aircraft consultancy in Canada. They have a national presence with offices across the country in addition to strategic partnerships around the globe that allow them to serve their clients overseas.
One of a handful of companies to be granted an SFOC Standing Order with Transport Canada, they are available on call 24/7 almost anywhere in the country, day or night. They have established relationships with all governing bodies and are often called upon to contribute toward drone legislation and implement regulatory best practices.
The most advanced commercial UAV platforms and sensors providing ultra-accurate data, coupled with an experienced team, make The Sky Guys your first choice in bringing the highest level of quality available in today’s market.
The Ontario (Canada) Chapter of AESP provides most of the 135 AESP members in Canada with an opportunity to network, socialize, and participate in discussions on topical energy issues. It was formally launched in May 2012 at an event in Toronto featuring Gord Miller, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario. Events are attended by a wide range of energy professionals: officials from all levels of government, employees from large and small utilities, energy consultants, educators, students, as well as staff from non-profit organizations. They give participants a chance to discuss opportunities and challenges in a casual setting that is both enjoyable and beneficial for professional development.
The Ontario Energy Association (OEA) aspires to be the most credible and trusted voice of the energy sector. We earn our reputation by being an integral and influential part of energy policy development and decision making in Ontario. We represent Ontario’s energy leaders that span the full diversity of the energy industry.
The OEA takes a grassroots approach to policy development by combining thorough evidence based research with executive interviews and member polling. This unique approach ensures our policies are not only grounded in rigorous research, but represent the views of the majority of our members. This sound policy foundation allows us to advocate directly with government decision makers to tackle issues of strategic importance to our members.
Together, we are working to build a stronger energy future for Ontario.
In the rapidly changing climate of today’s power industry, Electricity Today continues to be the publication of choice for North America’s transmission and distribution sectors. Electricity Today is published nine times a year by The Canadian Electricity Forum, a leading publishing and training company for the electrical power and engineering industry.
Utility Dive covers industry news and provides original analysis on the latest happenings in utility and energy. Our mission is to provide busy executives with a bird’s-eye-view of the utilities industry in 60 seconds. With a daily email newsletter and website that looks great on mobile as well as desktop, plus a mobile app, Utility Dive keeps you informed on the go. You’ll get coverage of topics such as smart grid, energy efficiency, regulation and policy, grid security, distributed generation, renewable energy, and more.
Utility Post delivers up-to-date utility news, trends, and jobs in the US and around the globe. With daily posts, webinars, industry events, monthly newsletters, videos, and much more, Utility Post brings you relevant information to ensure you stay informed. Today’s utilities have to wade through a sea of regulations, politics, changing technologies, and new customer technology demands. Utility Post keeps you in the know.
EFC represents over 250 member companies that manufacture, distribute and service electrical and electronics products in Canada. EFC members contribute over $10B to the Canadian economy, employing approx. 40,000 workers in more than 1,200 facilities across the country.
EFC members manufacture, distribute, market and sell a wide range of electrical products, including distribution equipment, industrial controls, lighting, motors and generators, transformers, wire and cable, wiring supplies and electric heating. These categories form the basis of EFC’s Product Sections, offering a strong nucleus for members to discuss issues and opportunities pertaining to their company’s product focus. In addition, EFC maintains a strong focus on electrical safety, sustainability, advocacy, codes and standards, and also serves as a hub of networking, education, and industry research. Learn more at www.electrofed.com.
The Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA) is a leading independent advocate promoting the economic and environmental benefits of energy efficiency. The not-for-profit works with the federal and provincial governments, and stakeholders, to ensure energy efficiency is a priority for all sectors of the economy.
QUEST is a non-profit organization that conducts research, engagement and advocacy to advance Smart Energy Communities in Canada.
Smart Energy Communities are all about improving energy efficiency, cutting costs, enhancing reliability and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
QUEST has been the national voice for Smart Energy Communities in Canada since 2007, driving the recommendations made in the “Integrated Community Energy Solutions: A Roadmap for Action” report (Council of Energy Ministers – 2009, Council of the Federation – 2011), and coordinating a national network of stakeholders through provincial and regional Caucuses and through a national Smart Energy Leaders’ Dialogue.
QUEST is a non-profit organization that conducts research, engagement and advocacy to advance Smart Energy Communities in Canada by working with government, utilities, the energy industry, the real-estate sector, economic regulators, and the product and professional service sector.
Every community in Canada is a Smart Energy Community by 2030.