July 31, 2006
Pollution Probe and the Ontario Ministry of Energy invite you to attend an evening public forum this Tuesday in Toronto on “Ontario’s Combined Heat & Power Potential”. This event will feature Thomas Casten, whose book Turning Off the Heat, published in 1998, outlined how “energy recycling” can lower harmful CO2 emissions and energy costs.
Casten argues that Ontario can profitably eliminate coal-fired generation by providing over 9,000 megawatts of energy with combined heat and power through distributed generation. Participants are encouraged to consider this proposal and ask questions.
Tuesday, August 1, 2006
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Council Chambers, Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Toronto
(accessible from either Queen or Osgoode subway stations, on Queen Street between Yonge Street and University Avenue)
6:30 pm Refreshments
7:00 pm Opening Remarks — Ken Ogilvie, Executive Director, Pollution Probe
7:05 pm Welcome — Marion Fraser, Senior Policy Advisor, Minister’s Office, Ontario Ministry of Energy
7:15 pm Featured Presentation — Thomas R. Casten, Chairman and CEO, Primary Energy; Author: “Turning off the Heat”
8:00 pm Question and Discussion Period
8:30 pm Closing Remarks — Ken Ogilvie, Executive Director, Pollution Probe
Admission is free and no registration is necessary. For further information about the event, email Grant.Gonzales@energy.gov.on.ca. For further information about Thomas Casten, please see www.pollutionprobe.org/Happening/currentevents.htm.
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402-625 Church St, Toronto M4Y 2G1
Phone: 416-926-1907 ext. 245