This year’s conference theme “Shaping the Energy of Tomorrow” focuses on globally emerging energy trends and markets while simultaneously providing insight on the interplay of different energy sectors. Discussion topics include: The feasibility of alternative energy sources in today’s economy, promising technologies impacting energy-related issues and the problems associated with government led and free market approaches to alternative energy sources.
The Queen’s Global Energy Conference is held on Feburary 26-28, 2016 at Queen’s University in Kingston Ontario.
In our inaugural year, QGEC plans on recruiting 80 of the best and brightest individuals, and providing them with the opportunity to gain unique insight into the diverse energy sectors. What sets QGEC apart from other conferences is our focus on energy integration, and how this will impact the future of the energy industry. It is our goal to work with partners to engage delegates and create a forum in which they can collaborate to shape the future of the energy industry.
Educate our delegates on globally emerging energy trends in the diverse energy sectors.
Facilitate the engagement of delegates with industry leaders to create a forum in which partners, speakers, and delegates can comfortably interact.
Motivate our delegates to become leaders in the future of global energy.
Why come to QGEC?
Energy is one of the largest sectors in today’s market having direct impacts on global economies. The Queen’s Global Energy Conference aims to provide students with the unique opportunity to learn about globally emerging trends and markets in today’s diverse energy sectors. In our inaugural year, QGEC will be hosting professionals from across the industry to discuss the future of global energy.
The motivation behind QGEC was to eliminate the niche and provide a floor where all sectors of the energy industry are equally represented. As a result, our delegates will be able to understand the interplay of all sectors of the energy industry and its connection with the future of energy as a whole.Delegates Application
QGEC primarily aims to educate delegates on trends and technologies in a variety of energy sectors, while providing insight into how they affect the energy industry as a whole. Our conference facilitates this through our speakers. These leaders at the forefront of their respective fields have the potential to inspire future leaders by engaging them in talks while providing a better understanding of what the future of energy entails. For more information about speaking opportunities, please contact our speaker’s team.
Former Energy Executive at Imperial Oil
Vice President in Sales and Marketing at Bullfrog Power
Founder and CEO of Heliolytics
Cunningham Swan Law Group
Head of Siemens Engineering and Technology Academy
President and Ceo of Altranex
Executive Director of SWITCH
Manager of Customer Service & Conservation for Utilities Kingston
Cunningham Swan Law Group
Quantum Renewable Energy
Canada Research Chair in Renewable Energy Development and Implementation