2nd Quarterly Ontario Solar Summit - "Ontario Solar Development 2.0" - Innovations, Collaborations, Standards.

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2nd Quarterly Ontario Solar Summit - "Ontario Solar Development 2.0" - Innovations, Collaborations, Standards.

Time: June 20, 2011 from 8am to 8pm
Location: Toronto Board of Trade 77 Adelaide Street West
Street: Toronto
City/Town: Ontario
Website or Map: http://ontariosolarnetwork.or…
Phone: 647.969.7191
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Ontario Solar Network
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2011

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JOIN LEADING SOLAR DEVELOPERS
FOR A FULL-DAY SUMMIT ON:

Innovating in PV Mounting, Monitoring Solutions, Domestic Content Auditing
Collaborating for an effective Solar Public
Awareness Initiative
Professionalizing PV Sales, Design & Installation
Partnering with Key Sectors: Roofing Industry, Municipalities,School Boards, Co-ops
Streamlining Development: Grid Capacity Due Diligence, OPA Applications, etc


Maximum Capacity - 140 Participants
Limited Exhibitor / Sponsor Opportunities still available

Primary Delegates $399 + HST
Each Additional Delegate* $249 + HST
*Must be from same organization.

Volunteer opportunities available.

For more info, contact

events@solarnetwork.org

or call 647.969.7191

REGISTER NOW

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