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Renewable Energy Solutions: Part II

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Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area Get powered up! Join David Kelly of Sedmek Renewable Energy Systems in this workshop to develop a cost and benefits analysis of green energy for your home. The first person to register receives a free home consultation valued at over $300!Date: Tuesday, May 29Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.Who: AdultsFee: $8.00 Read more »

Spring Programs - Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area

Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area
Box 20, Site 23, RR8
Calgary, Alberta, T2J 2T9

Advanced registration required (call 403-931-2042) for each program, except An Inconvenient Truth (payment will be accepted at the door for this program).

An Inconvenient Truth

Join Kevin Allison of The Climate Project for a live presentation of the slideshow that is changing Canada’s mind about climate change. Read more »

Posted April 20, 2007 by Anonymous

Attached Sunspaces Information Session

Location:
Calgary

Description:
Vista Room, Varsity Community Centre, 4303 Varsity Drive NW, Calgary, ABProfessor Tang G. Lee of the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary will explain how an attached sunspace can function as a solar collector, reduce heat loss, and increase the livable space of a home. Come and learn more about the heat savings, potential solar gain, and other advantages of attached sunspaces. Read more »

APEGGA Annual Conference - Alternative Energy Sources Seminar

Location:
Calgary

Description:
The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA) has included a one-day seminar on alternative energy sources in the professional development program of its upcoming 2007 conference. Non-members of APEGGA are welcome to register for the conference.The alternative energy sources seminar is facilitated by Marlo Raynolds, Executive Director of the Pembina Institute, and includes the following topics: Read more »

Solar Hot Water Information Session - Calgary

Location:
Calgary

Description:
Three speakers will explain how hot water in your home can be supplied at least in part by solar systems: Rick Dunsmore of Goose Creek Renewable Energy, David Kelly of Sedmek Inc., and Brent Steele of Your Energy Company Inc. In most homes solar energy will meet some hot water needs in winter, and most summertime needs. On average, it can provide 50 to 60% of annual domestic hot water needs. Read more »

SDTC Business, Investment and Funding Opportunities in Renewable Fuels and Oil and Gas - Calgary

Location:
Calgary

Description:
You are invited to a special presentation on:A Roadmap to New Business, Investment and Funding Opportunities in:Session 1: Renewable FuelsSession 2: Oil & GasWhen: Wednesday, December 13, 2006 Delta Bow Valley209 4th Avenue SECalgary, AlbertaSession Room: Olympic Read more »

SDTC Business, Investment and Funding Opportunities in Renewable Fuels and Oil and Gas - Edmonton

Location:
Edmonton

Description:
You are invited to a special presentation on:A Roadmap to New Business, Investment and Funding Opportunities in:Session 1: Renewable FuelsSession 2: Oil & GasWhen: Tuesday, December 12, 2006 Courtyard MarriottOne Thornton Court, (99th Street & Jasper Avenue)Edmonton, AlbertaSession Room: Thornton Read more »

Water & Cities: What can be done to future-proof our water supply?

Location:
Calgary

Description:
The Centre for Applied Business Research in Energy and the Environment (CABREE) is proud to present2006 EPCOR Distinguished LectureDr. Peter Droege • Thursday, October 19, 2006 • Calgary, ABWater and CitiesWhat can be done to future-proof our water supply?Fresh Water is the lifeblood of cities and its decline has been recorded on a world wide scaleWith many global metropolitan areas suffering from depleting water resources, water security has become a major concern for many national and urban leaders. The process of evaporating water resources is driven by many factors, one being the development of fossil fuel generation. But the most threatening promises to be accelerating climate change impacts. What can be done to future-proof our cities from a water security point of view? Solutions may lie in integrated water cycle management, distributed micro-watershed management, water right registration and trading and in accomplishing a fundamental urban energy transition to more efficient and renewable models. Read more »

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