Date: Monday, October 17th, 2022
Duration: 3 Hours
Time: 7:30-8 AM Pacific - Breakfast & Networking
8 - 10:30 AM Pacific - Session Content
Location: Pinnacle Hotel - 1133 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6E 3T3
New and existing buildings will increasingly need to rely on more sophisticated electrical systems. This session will explore the need for electrification and how innovations in building components such as heating and hot water systems and envelope improvements can help electrical grids successfully meet increasing demands as buildings decarbonize.
Join our expert panelists as they discuss the electrification
and how innovations in building components such as heating and hot water
systems and envelope improvements can help electrical grids successfully meet
increasing demands as buildings decarbonize.
Ticket price includes session, breakfast, and refreshments.
Breakfast & Networking: 7:30 to 8 AM
Presentation: 8 to 9:10 AM- How Programs and Codes are Driving Electrification
Panel Discussion: 9:10 to 10:10 AM - Are we ready to electrify all buildings?
Panelists and Presenters
This event will feature the following panelists & presenters:
Micah Lang – Senior Green Building Planner, City of Vancouver
Iain MacFadyen – Principal, ZGF Architects
Pushpinder Rana – Senior Manager- Commercial Products & Industry Relations, Mitsubishi Electric Sale Canada
Moderator: Mark Hutchinson – Vice President, Green Building Programs and Innovation, CAGBC
CAGBC is committed to responsible in-person gatherings that follow the guidance of provincial and national health officials. Masks are recommended but not required. Attendees will be asked to fill out a COVID self-assessment prior to attendance.
Volunteer Opportunities available for this session. If you are interested, please email Grace Poltrack at firstname.lastname@example.org.