CanSIA Solar Ontario

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I will be part of a panel discussion at the CanSIA Solar Ontario conference on tuesday May 15.
Breakout- : 3:45pm-4:45pm
Ensuring Long-term Success through Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Forward thinking solar manufacturing and service companies understand that they must leverage the current domestic market opportunity and incentives to create a robust export market. This requires the sector to identify its strengths, predict market directions, find the matches between the two and respond with high value-added technologies, products and services to win these markets over.

Where is the global solar market evolving? What promising technologies and services are being developed in Ontario? How might the necessary innovation and entrepreneurship capacity be fostered? What supports are available (or required) to make this a reality? This session is a must see for companies interested in ensuring their competitiveness and growth in the medium to long term.

Bryan Koivisto
, Assistant Professor, Ryerson University
Olivier Trescases
, Assistant Professor, Energy Systems Group, University of Toronto
Nic Morgan
, VP Business Development, Morgan Solar Inc.
Jennifer Hiscock
, Science & Technology Advisor, CanmetENERGY, Natural Resources Canada
Jan Dressel
, Title, Sparq Systems