Spark 2017

 
  From the October 30, 2017 Issue of Agri-News
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 Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) and Alberta Innovates are teaming up to host SPARK 2017. This conference is for researchers and innovators working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) through new products and technologies. It will also include a focus on advancing Alberta's bioindustrial sector.

The conference will take place November 6-8, 2017, at Edmonton’s Shaw Conference Centre. Topics include opportunities for researchers and innovators, financing and growing a clean tech business.

“We need to bring the right people together to spark innovation and deliver new technologies to reduce GHG emissions in Alberta,” says ERA CEO Steve MacDonald. “Through SPARK 2017, ERA and Alberta Innovates are connecting innovators and researchers to people who can help them succeed.”

“Alberta Innovates is working with ERA to accelerate development of new products and technologies that reduce industry’s environmental impact, generate jobs and build a diversified, lower carbon economy in Alberta,” says Alberta Innovates CEO Laura Kilcrease. “SPARK 2017 is the perfect venue for idea generators to find new ways to move their ideas to commercialization.”

SPARK 2017 is expected to attract 400 or more attendees from the oil and gas, agriculture, forestry, clean technology and bioindustrial sectors.

Registration is $495 and $350 for students. To register go to http://spark2017.ca/index.php/register. For more information go to http://spark2017.ca/.

Contact:
SPARK
780-436-0983 ext. 223

 
 
 
 
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This information published to the web on October 5, 2017.