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Past Events

Summit on Future Batteries and Green Hydrogen

15/05/2023

8:30-19:00

The Energy Squad and the National Center for Electrochemistry and Environmental Technologies (CNETE), in collaboration with the Innovation Catalyst for Energy Transition in Quebec (CITEQ-FRQNT), invite you to participate in the Applied Research Day – Battery Sector on May 15, 2023, in Shawinigan, at the heart of the Energy Transition Valley (VTE). Dedicated to the advancement of battery technologies and innovation, this one-day event will bring together college researchers, government representatives, organizations, and industry professionals. Through numerous panels and networking activities, they will share their expertise to support the rapid development of the battery sector. The rich and diverse program will cover all aspects of the battery sector, showcasing both past and upcoming projects from startups and large companies alike. Join us in contributing to the growth of the battery sector, and register now. *Please note that it is also possible to participate in the event virtually.

Green Hydrogen: Production, Storage, Distribution, and Utilization

07/02/2024

12H-16H30

The Escouade Énergie, in collaboration with the Government of Quebec, the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, and the Quebec Network on Smart Energy, is organizing a meeting dedicated to professionals in the green hydrogen industry. The goal is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and leverage the skills and experiences of all members of this community.

The energy transition for tourist buildings

16/11/2023

12H-16H30

The Ecoleader Fund and the Escouade Énergie are organizing a meeting dedicated to professionals in the tourism industry, while also addressing sectors affected by themes of energy transition, energy efficiency in buildings, grants, geothermal energy, heat pumps, bioclimatisation, and more. The goal is to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and leverage the skills and experiences of all members of this community.
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