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Future Innovators in Energy Series: Session 3

Date:   May 28, 2024
Time:   5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Stantec Tower, Edmonton

10220 103 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB

Canada's Path to Paris Runs Through Edmonton


Tuesday, May 28, 2024


5:30 - 8:00 PM MT

Doors open at 5


2 Credits


Stantec Tower

10220 103 Ave NW,

Edmonton, AB


Members (SCC or CHOA): $45

Non-Members: $60

Students $25


Calling all energy sector professionals, supply chain community members, and future innovators – join us for an evening of networking and learning as we explore topics on innovation and Canada’s energy future.

Brought to you by CHOA and Supply Chain Canada, Future Innovators in Energy is a three-part series of networking events to connect industry professionals and students to discuss important topics about Canada’s energy future and the innovation happening in the sector. In May, we are honoured to welcome Sean Collins to present on Canada's Path to Paris Runs Through Edmonton - the role that Edmonton and Alberta will play in leading our national decarbonization efforts, and a brief intro to the Waste to Energy Projects by Varme.

Who Should Attend:

  • Professionals working in or interested in working in Canada’s energy sector.
  • Supply Chain Professionals overseeing energy, energy utilization, and sustainability.
  • University and College students interested in energy, supply chain management, sustainability, technology, and innovation.

Doors open at 5 pm:

  • Check-in and Networking (5:00 pm)
  • Introduction and Keynote Presentation (5:50 pm)
  • Roundtable Discussions (6:40 pm)
  • Networking to follow

This event is an invaluable opportunity for professionals, students, and anyone interested in the energy sector to not only learn from a leading expert but also to contribute to meaningful discussions on one of the most pressing issues of our time. Your ticket to the event will include hors d’oeuvres and coffee/tea.


Sean Collins


Sean is a serial entrepreneur deeply passionate about accelerating the sustainable energy transition. Sean is currently the CEO of Varme Energy, North America's first specialized waste-to-energy with carbon capture and storage asset developers. Varme is creating a landfill-free, carbon-free future for garbage. Sean owns Remora Ventures, a seed-stage venture fund that originates new climate-focused project development companies. In previous career chapters, Sean served as co-founder of Terrapin Geothermics, Student Energy, The Next 30 and has taught case strategy courses at U of A and SFU’s business schools. Memorable moments include receiving Top 40 Under 40 in Edmonton, producing an award-winning radio show called Energy Voices, speaking at the United Nations in New York twice and being a part of Canada’s contingent at COP 21 in Paris and COP 28 in Dubai.

Ice Distric Map

Stantec Tower is located within Edmonton's Ice District. If taking public transit, MacEwan Station LRT is just north of Rogers Place and numerous buses frequent the area.

The ICE District Central Parkade entry is from 103 Avenue just west of 103 Street.

The parkade is operated and managed by Impark and has 792 underground, heated parking spots available for hourly, daily, and monthly parking.

Central Parkade access from 103 Avenue in downtown Edmonton. The entrance and exit are on 103 Avenue, west of 103 Street and the maximum height clearance is  6’10”.


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