OCTIA is partnering with McMaster University’s W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology on their “Leading Transition to a Low-Carbon, Circular Economy” Course on February 23-25, 2022.
OCTIA will be part of a panel on “Leadership in Finance and Growing the Green Economy through Cleantech” on Feb 24 from 11:15-12:30 pm alongside EDC’s Lynn Côtė, BDC’s Zoltan Tompa and RBCx’s Peter McArthur.
We are also looking to showcase 2-3 OCTIA members with solutions for the steel and cement industry. Members working on hydrogen solutions, alternative fuel production, CCUS and other technologies that can help these industries decarbonize will join experts from ArcelorMittal Dofasco and Ash Grove Cement NA as part of a panel discussion on Feb 24 from 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm. This is an opportunity to speak about your technology, your journey as an organization, and to connect with industries that may be looking for your solution. If you have a potential solution for the steel & cement industry and would like more information, please contact Maike Althaus.
The Leading Transition course is a 3-day conference-style professional certificate program where you will receive knowledge, case studies, and tools to navigate Canada’s most pressing transition issues and position yourself to help lead a transition from any organization level. OCTIA members benefit from a subsidized rate of $750 + HST – please complete the registration here and include “Member of OCTIA” in the comment box of the registration page.