In 2019 the AEE Canada East presented a two day conference in Dartmouth, NS.
|Technology Management and Entrepreneurship Program
University of New Brunswick
|The Energy Use Intensity Journey for your Building
|Energy Efficiency: More than Saving Money
|Fighting Climate Change Through Collaborative Planning
|Converged IoT: Let the Building Speak to You
|Low Carbon Transformations
|Ice-Based Cool Thermal Energy Storage
|Strategizing Greenhouse Gas Reductions in Atlantic Canada’s Existing Buildings
|Evaluation of Demand Shift Strategies for Electrically Heated Homes in NB, Canada
National Research Council
|State of the Solar Industry in Nova Scotia: Growth Enabled
Solar Nova Scotia
Day 1 Session 1: Technology Management and Entrepreneurship Program
The connection and opportunity entrepreneurship plays in the climate change mitigation fight. How local innovation sparks economic development AND greater public good.
Day 1 Session 2: Energy Efficiency: More than saving money
Despite having 436,000 Canadians working in the energy efficiency sector, the largest challenge our industry faces is that this important work is invisible. Because energy efficiency can’t be seen, it can be ignored. And that leaves our industry vulnerable. Efficiency Canada is changing the conversation around energy efficiency which is helping to advance energy efficiency policy across Canada. Find out how you can join the conversation that’s helping to grow your business.
Day 1 Session 3: Converged IoT: Let the Building Speak to You
Day 1 Session 4: Ice-based Cool Thermal Energy Storage
Day 1 Session 5: Evaluation of Demand Shift Strategies for Electrically Heated Homes in NB, Canada
Day 2 Session 1: The Energy Use Intensity Journey for your Building
Day 2 Session 2: Fighting Climate Change through Collaborative Planning
The Black Arcs is an urban analytics and data visualization company based out of Fredericton, New Brunswick, working to empower the average citizen by making professional analytics accessible to everyone. TBA models mobility and transportation in communities in an interactive way so that users can see the trade-offs that are made when it comes to everyday land-use decisions in our cities.
This presentation will overview The Black Arcs’s current work and research projects visualizing aspects of climate change, including a first major pilot project which explored the links between school location and greenhouse gas emissions in the town of Sackville, New Brunswick. Citizens were able to move schools around the town in order to see the likely impacts of their new scenario, and intuitively learned how interconnected the civic issues in our communities are. The Black Arcs believes grassroots community initiatives are the best drivers of local change, and that by working together we can shape our communities sustainably.