Perspectives on the Green Energy Act

Keeping to the provincial election theme, our next event will focus on the Green Energy Act since the election is shaping up to be a battle over Ontario’s energy future. Much has been heard in the media about wind turbines and solar panels but the media has not paid attention to less sexy, but equally important factors in the energy sector.

How has the GEA affected lesser known but equally important players in the energy and environmental field?

Kevin Matthews from Canada Composting and John Stephenson from FVB Energy will be joining us for a discussion about alternative energy resources and the role that GEA plays in it.

Join the discussion September 19th at the Duke of York Pub at 7pm (39 Prince Arthur Avenue). Doors Open 7:00. Discussion begins 7:30.

Please RSVP on eventbrite for a chance our doorprize.

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