The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) is Ontario’s lead advocate, facilitator and catalyst for sector transformation and the transition to a more sustainable energy economy.
The CEOO study has been proposed by OSEA’s Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee, a member based committee that has made numerous successful recommendations to Ontario’s energy policies and regulatory frameworks in the past. The study is being proposed in partnership with the Fraunhofer IWES in Kassel Germany and a Canadian academic consortium.
The proposed CEOO study is a comprehensive investigation of Ontario's energy systems for power, heating, cooling and transportation, as well as Ontario's sustainable energy resources. Base thereon, this project aims to develop simulations and models for a future 100% sustainable - low carbon, combined energy system.
Details on the Working Group
Dr. Christine Koenig and Nicole Risse of the OSEA will present the CEOO overview. (45 min)
What is Sustainability? What is Sustainable Energy?
Nicole Risse on the definition of sustainability.
Panel Discussion on the Importance of a Combined Approach to Energy Planning
Presenters and recent works:
Assistant Professor, Geography, University of Guelph, Renewables and the Environment
PhD Candidate at the University of Toronto, Civil Engineering
Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, McMaster University
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