October 27-29, 2014 | Palais des Congrès de Montréal | Montréal, Québec

Maximizing the Use of Wind Resource

This session will present different applications where technologies can support wind turbines in drawing maximum energy output from a variable wind resource and making it available for use when it is needed. The use of different storage technologies will be explored and specific examples of applications will be shown from different regions of Canada.
Session Moderator:
Jimmy Royer, Senior Technical Advisor and Program Manager, Natural Resources Canada

An Overview of Energy Storage Developers, Technologies and Applications in Ontario
Mark Tinkler, Senior Energy Consultant, Customized Energy Solutions

Demonstrative Project of a Utility Scale Storage System Within a 10 MW Wind R&D Park
Dr. Marianne Rodgers, Scientific Director, Wind Energy Institute of Canada

An Overview of Challenges for Wind Power on Remote Mining Sites
Michel Carreau, Director, Energy Quebec