Innovation can improve the efficiency and resiliency of our economy and its infrastructure – but its adoption at scale requires strategic collaboration across the public and private sectors.
On November 21, 2023, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) and the Climate Positive Energy Initiative (CPE) at the University of Toronto will host an in-person event focused on showcasing smart and clean tech solutions, including sustainability, smart mobility, buildings, business commerce, the energy grid, and other digital and physical infrastructure solutions relevant to Ontario’s economy.
The symposium will feature engaging keynote speeches, interactive sessions, and expert panel discussions that will explore the transformative use of technology for a sustainable and resilient future.
Register today for the opportunity to meet and engage with key stakeholders to explore solutions and unlock new opportunities.
About the Ontario Chamber of Commerce
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) is the indispensable partner of business and Canada’s largest, most influential provincial chamber. It is an independent, non-profit advocacy and member services organization representing a diverse network of 60,000 members. The OCC’s mission is to convene, align and advance the interests of its members through principled policy work, value-added business services and broad engagement to drive competitiveness and economic growth in the province.
About the Climate Positive Energy Initiative at University of Toronto
The Climate Positive Energy Initiative at the University of Toronto (U of T) is developing social, scientific, technical, economic, and policy solutions to transform our energy systems, ensure energy access and production is equitable, and help Canada become a global clean-energy model. CPE facilitates collaborative research, build partnerships, promote knowledge translation, and provide training opportunities for students and faculty. CPE also supports existing sustainable energy and climate change initiatives across the University, including U of T’s Climate Positive Plan by 2050, extending the University’s impact by integrating U of T’s various clean energy research and training endeavours with the University’s sustainable infrastructure projects.
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