2020 OAPPA Annual Conference – Hosted by:

MAY, 2021

University of Ottawa

OAPPA2020 conference has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   The conference team has decided, due to safety concerns, to delay the conference to May 2021.  Just like the 2020 Olympic Games recently delayed to 2021, the OAPPA2020 conference will occur in the same locations, with the same sponsors, and program.

Key partners and sponsors have been notified and have been supportive of the delay decision for OAPPA2020. All are looking forward to May 2021.

Refunds of fees for conference registration and Rideau Hall reservations are in progress now. Look for your credit card to be credited and emails notifying you from PayPal.

If you had made hotel reservations at hotels other than at Rideau Hall, please cancel those hotels directly and use the reservation cancellation policies.

Any questions please contact conference@oappa.ca .

Sincerely,

Marc-Antoine Joly
Associated Vice President
Facilities
613.562.5800 X
Marc.joly@uottawa.ca

Key Note Speaker - May, 2021

Dr. David Wright

Professor David Wright combines an Engineering PhD from Cambridge University with his current position as Full Professor at the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management to provide a business perspective on the Cleantech Industry, currently focusing on solar power. His present research with industry partners evaluates capital cost trends for installed solar projects and identifies situations in which solar technologies can be economically viable without government incentives, including projects in Canada, USA and Saudi Arabia.


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Closing guest speaker - Wednesday May, 2021

Gregory J. Leng

Gregory J. Leng is the creator and Director of the RETScreen Clean Energy Management Software at Natural Resources Canada’s CanmetENERGY research centre in Varennes, Quebec. The RETScreen Software is the world’s leading clean energy decision-support tool and is available in 36 languages coverings 2/3rds the Earth’s population. RETScreen is used by more than 650,000+ energy professionals and decision-makers in every country, as well as by professors at 1,200+ universities and colleges for teaching and research.


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