Linda Campbell is a seasoned executive with over 25 years of experience in the energy sector, with a focus on natural gas. She currently serves as Acting Manager of the Office of Energy Initiatives at the City of Hamilton and as VP of Operations for Hamilton Renewable Power Inc.
Marie-France is the Canadian Future Energy Leader at GHD. In this role, she builds on her passion for the environment and tackling climate change issues, to work collaboratively with her clients and her peers to support the transition towards reliable, affordable and low-carbon energy that serves the communities in which we live.
Graham is the General Manager of Energy & Technical Services with Walker Environmental Group. In his current role, Graham is responsible for the day-to-day management of six landfill gas utilization and carbon emissions reduction facilities which total approximately 30 Megawatts equivalent of renewable energy generation.
Chris is a spud farmer and interdisciplinary thinker with a mission to thoroughly integrate environmental stewardship, renewable energy, and innovative technology into regenerative agriculture and the rural landscape. The Perry family has a history of stewardship that spans four generations of farming in southern Alberta.
Alex is a lawyer and partner in Gowling WLG’s Toronto-based Environmental Law Group, with expertise in the areas of environmental, renewable energy, land use planning, and development law. She is also co-head of the firm’s BioEnergy Group, and involved in the development of biogas, RNG, and biofuel projects in Ontario and across Canada.
Ashkan leads financial and commercial analysis at EPCOR for the acquisition of existing and greenfield development of new utility infrastructure across a broad portfolio, including regulated and non-regulated water, wastewater, natural gas and electricity distribution, and waste-to-energy.
Paul has been Manager of New Business Development at Bio-En Power Inc. for the past 7 years and is a past Co-Chair of the Canadian Biogas Association. Bio-En is now part of the Skyline Energy Group, which owns and operates a 110,000-tonne-per-year biogas facility in Elmira, Ontario, and has built projects elsewhere in Ontario and in Central America.
Dana leads strategic business development activities for new supply opportunities to grow FortisBC’s Renewable Gas program. Since establishing FortisBC’s Climate Action Partners program in 2017, Dana has been deeply engaged with FortisBC’s stakeholders and Indigenous communities in developing and implementing renewable and low carbon energy solutions to support cleaner, efficient and resilient energy systems across B.C.