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Programme


1


Ontario Network for Sustainable E
nergy Policy (ONSEP) Workshop

2
4
-
26 April 2013


Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre

6015 Highway 89, Alliston, ON, L9R 1A4


(
Italicised names

indicate presenter
s
.)


Wednesday
, 2
4

April

5:00
-
6:00pm:
Opening session

6:00
-
7:00pm:
Reception

7:30pm:
Dinner


Thursday
, 2
5

April

7:00
-
9:00am:
Breakfast

9:00
-
10:30am:
Communities and
s
ustainable
e
nergy (Chair:
James Meadowcroft
)

1)

Bahareh Toghiani Rizi



Community

Energy Planning: Current State of Practice in Canada

2)

David MacMillan



At

the interface of urban development and energy use: Planning the
expansion of district energy systems in Ontario

3)

Judith Lipp



The

Untapped Potential of Community Power
in Ontario: What Will It Take to Get It
Right?

10:30
-
11:00am:
Break

11:00am
-
12:30pm:
Smart
grid

s
olutions

(Chair:

Don Dewees
)

4)

Scott Weiler



What is Smart Grid in Ontario: Evolution or Revolution

5)

Nicholas Belanger
& Ian Rowlands


Smart

energy networks: t
he lay of the land

6)

Ryan Reiber



Second

Life: An energy storage strategy using spen
t

electric vehicle batteries

12:30
-
1:30pm:
Lunch

1:30
-
3:00pm:
Discourse and
p
erceptions

surrounding
renewables

(Chair:
Mark Winfield
)

7)

Stewart Fast



A

Habermasian

analysis of local renewable energy deliberations

8)

Daniel Rosenbloom
,

Simon Langlois

& James Meadowcroft



Framing

the sun: A multi
-
level
analysis of public discourse surrounding solar photovoltaics in Ontario, Canada

9)

Tanya Christidis



Perceptions

of Rene
wable Energy and Reported Health Effects: Results from a
Pilot Study near Chatham
-
Kent, Ontario


Programme


2


3:00pm
-
4:
3
0pm
:

Policy
a
nalysis and
s
ustainable
e
nergy
(Chair: Adam Fremeth
)

10)

Mark Winfield

&
Nageen Rehman



Green

Jobs and Renewable Energy: Exploring the Economic
Development Impact of Renewable Energy Initiatives in Ontario and Europe

11)

Marisa Beck
, Nicholas Rivers & Randall Wigle



The

“Other" Benefits of Renewable Energy
Promotion

12)

Nicholas Rivers

& Brandon Schaufel
e


An

evaluation of the Ontario vehicle feebate: The Tax and
Tax Credit for Fuel Conservation


4:
3
0pm

onwards
:
Break

7:30pm:
Dinner


Friday
, 2
6

April

7:
00
-
9:00
am:
Breakfast

9
:
00
-
10
:
0
0am
:
Bio
e
nergy

i
ssues and

p
olicy

(
C
hair:
Stephen Hill
)

13)

Yvonne Rollins



Energy

from waste?: A critical review of waste to energy technologies’ potential
and realised contributions to managing waste as a sustainable energy resource in Ontario.

14)

Kirby Calvert
, Jamie Stephen
,
Peter Milley
,

Jean Blair

& Warren Mabee


Re
-
assessin
g policy
options for bioenergy development and implementation

10
:
0
0
-
10
:
15
am:
Break

10
:
15
-
1
1
:
15
am
:
Promoting
e
nergy
e
fficiency

and
c
onservation
(Chair:
Ian Rowlands
)

15)

James Meadowcroft
, Glen Toner, Leela Steiner, Milana Simikan & Dina Kutziubas



Agency

for

Change: The Promotion of Energy Efficiency Through Institutional Innovation

16)

Junna Zhao

and Paul Parker


Is

Local Policy Effective in Changing Energy Efficiency Decision
Making?

An Evaluation of Building Envelop Upgrades in the City of Kitchener Compared
to
Neighbouring Cities

1
1
:
15
-
11:
30
am:
Break

11:
30
-
12:
30
pm
:
P
olitics

of greening the grid

(Chair: James Meadowcroft)

17)

Leah Stokes



The

Electoral Implications of Renewable Energy: Evidence from a Natural
Experiment in Ontario, Canada

18)

Matt Lesch

&

Douglas Macdonald



Distributive

Conflicts Respecting Interprovincial Electricity
Transport


12:
30
-
1:
30
pm:
Working l
unch
;

Prospects/next steps discussion

1
:
3
0pm onwards
:

Optional

Sit
e

V
isit:
Melancthon wind projects