May 05, 2021
Future Oxford Speaker Series highlights renewable energy
This spring’s series, led by Smart Energy Oxford, invites residents and business to learn from experts and champions
As a global society, we generate and use more energy than ever before. It is an essential part of everyday life and vital to run our homes, businesses and vehicles. Most people recognize the environmental and financial benefits of energy conservation, but how can individuals and businesses conserve energy when the demand is continually increasing?
Future Oxford, in partnership with the Oxford County Library, will highlight the question of renewable energy through its spring Future Oxford Speaker Series at two different virtual events in May and June. Smart Energy Oxford is inviting residents to learn more about the hydrogen industry from an engineer at Enbridge and to explore Woodstock General Hospital’s journey toward sustainability, including conservation, solar power and electric vehicle charging.
The virtual series will be hosted on Facebook Live. No registration is required to watch or participate. Each session will include a 10-minute presentation and 10 minutes designated for questions and answers. Each session will also include recommendations for related programming, books and online resources.
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How to join in
After the meeting
Enbridge shares the hydrogen experience:
benefits, constraints, and status of the hydrogen industry
Thursday, May 13, 2021
7:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Speakers: Steve Kay, P.Eng, Manager of Business Development, Enbridge
Woodstock General Hospital: journey to sustainability
Thursday, June 3, 2021
7:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Speakers: Christopher Marion, Director of Capital Projects, Woodstock General Hospital
Individuals or businesses interested in participating, or for more information, please visit www.futureoxford.ca/events.