With change comes opportunity. With a new Ontario government in place, it will be more important than ever to understand how the political landscape and market dynamics are shifting to ensure that your business is prepared to respond accordingly and to take advantage of this new market-based environment.
Although the new government has created some angst in the market, the Ontario market is still the most advanced solar market in Canada. Ontario boasts Canada’s largest consumer market, with over 12 million people, while also having the most advanced net metering regulations in the country.
The regulations permit solar developers to continue to still connect to the grid while also integrating energy storage technologies and enabling energy third-party ownership models. This regulatory framework provides a tremendous platform for innovative financing options and creative technology solutions.
Ultimately, this provides the solar industry with a unique opportunity to help drive new customer value which can suit the needs of any energy customer, big or small.
Solar Ontario will bring together solar leaders and entrepreneurs who are ready to learn and create innovative customer value and creative technology solutions.
The program will be filled with sessions to help Ontario solar companies better understand the political landscape, the upcoming net metering regulations, explore new leading-edge financing options and marketing techniques, along with numerous other informative sessions to help grow your business.
Come for Solar Ontario and Stay for SolarFeast!
Stay for the evening to deepen connections with your solar industry colleagues and clients. We have reimagined this dinner to focus on networking opportunities, inspired by our popular SolarPalooza events.
With decadent food stations and incredible brews, you will be able to feast as you make new connections, deepen existing connections and sample a wide range of food and drink.
CanSIA Gamechanger award winners will also be highlighted.
An evening not to be missed!
SolarFeast requires a separate ticket