This major conference was the final conference marking the first three years of the University of Ottawa’s Positive Energy initiative. It reflected on lessons learned, progress made and the challenges that still remain when it comes to strengthening public confidence in Canadian energy decision-making. This cutting-edge discussion featured political, corporate, ENGO, Indigenous and public sector leaders as keynote speakers and panelists.
This two-day event was composed of a public session and a workshop. The public session focused on exploring opportunities and challenges in four areas that affect public confidence and trust in energy transition decision making. The workshop focused on identifying promising areas of research and engagement for the second three-year phase of Positive Energy, named Trust in Transition, to start in the fall of 2018.