Canada's planned transition to a low-carbon economy presents both a significant opportunity and an enormous challenge for the HVACR industry to ensure policy decisions will benefit Canadians and industry stakeholders alike.

Join HRAI for a spectacular networking event for industry partners and a walk through of the state-of-the-art award-winning net - zero facility 'The Joyce Center of Partnership and Innovation Building at Mohawk College', awarded the 2018 Environmental Sustainability Award.

Date/Time:  April 23, 2019 | 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Location:  The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation
135 Fennell Avenue West
Hamilton, ON


Featured Speakers:


David Miller
North American Director
C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group

Topic:  An Urban Century:  Urban challenges and urban solutions underday to move to a 'Low Carbon Economy'.


Joyce Henry
Director General, Office of Energy Efficiency
Natural Resources Canada

Topic:  Laying the foundation for a Low Carbon Economy through Energy Efficiency Policy


Alice Rosenberg
Senior Program Manager
Consortium for Energy Efficiency

Topic:  The Energy Efficiency Program Landscape:  Evolving Dynamics & Objectives


Andrew Bowerbank
National Vice President, Sustainability & Energy
WSP Global

Topic:  Innovation Strategies for a Low Carbon Economy

PANEL:  Navigating the Increasingly Complicated Federal-Provincial Relationship around Energy Efficiency and Carbon Reduction Strategies  
As political support for energy efficiency and climate change mitigation strategies wavers at the provincial level, new questions about the ongoing viability of the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change are being raised.  What will be the role of energy efficiency going forward in this shifting policy environment and what should the HVACR industry be doing to best serve an increasingly confused marketplace?  

Corey Diamond,

Executive Director
Efficiency Canada

Steve McDonald
President & CEO
Efficiency Nova Scotia

Terry Young
VP of Conservation

Joyce Henry
Director General
Office of Energy Efficiency,
Natural Resources Canada




For more information, contact Sadia Zafar: | 1-800-267-2231 or 905-602-4700 ext. 265