Before the workshop: Oct. 20th deadline
This workshop will favor exchanges. This is why participants will be invited to submit your thoughts, positions and any information the participants think is relevant with respect to the benefits, challenges and orientations associated with the development of a common energy policy for Eastern Canada before the meeting (with an Oct. 20th target), so that everyone will be able to known where you stand before the workshop.
This documentation can be in any format, and can include work previously published or prepared : reprints, powerpoint, video, notes, etc. It does not have to be fully formatted. It can also be documents not from the participant by that she or he judges relevant. As much as possible, I will make this information available on the website.
November 3rd meeting
|9:15||Each participant presents herself/himself|
|9:30||What is there to gain from a common energy policy? (round table)|
|11:45||What should be the common ideal energy policy? (round table)|
|13:30||Technical, political and economical hurdles, challenges and transformations(round table)|
|15:30||A realistic energy policy for Eastern Canada - directions, first steps, etc. (round table)|