CanREA Networking Reception – Alberta 

November 29, 2022, 5 p.m.
The Derrick Gin Mill and Kitchen
Calgary, Alberta 

When it comes to renewable energy, the Alberta advantage is clear to see. Wind and solar energy continue to expand at an unprecedented rate across the province, while CanREA is working hard to keep growing new opportunities in Alberta. In fact, CanREA aims to unlock 30+ new GW across Canada by 2030, representing a $50+ Billion investment opportunity for the wind, solar and storage industries. 

Want to learn more? 

On November 29, the Canadian Renewable Energy Association will hold a special, in-person networking reception in Calgary, bringing together energy sector innovators, business leaders and influencers with an interest in the wind energy, solar and energy-storage sectors in Alberta.  

Join the movers and shakers in Alberta’s renewable-energy industry for this exciting networking opportunity, part of a series of CanREA networking events happening in Quebec, Nova Scotia and Alberta this fall. 

Don’t miss the Alberta networking reception in November, an excellent occasion to position your company as a leader in the wind, solar and energy storage industry, make new connections and engage with other organizations while supporting CanREA’s efforts to expand the market across Canada.  

Online registration for this event closes at 5 p.m. MT on Monday November 28. Onsite registration will open at 5 p.m. MT on Tuesday November 29.

Registration Fees 

CanREA members: Advance rate $75; on-site: $99 

Non-members: Advance rate $99; on-site: $125 

All registration fees are subject to applicable taxes.   

Event Sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities – stand out from the crowd 

Sponsorship opportunities are available for this CanREA Networking Event. Please contact Julie Mair, CanREA’s Membership and Business Development Manager, to discuss interesting ways you can stand out from the crowd as a sponsor and showcase your company as a leader in the industry. 

Health and safety 

CanREA places the highest importance on health and safety. CanREA events follow, at a minimum, the relevant COVID-19 public health guidelines determined by the jurisdiction where the event is being held. CanREA is committed to taking the precautions necessary to ensure our in-person events provide a safe environment for all, including attendees, participants, vendors and employees.