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Jan 27 - Monthly "Solar Network Evening" - Ontario's Long Term Energy Plan, Election Year Politics & The Implications for Solar

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Jan 27 - Monthly "Solar Network Evening" - Ontario's Long Term Energy Plan, Election Year Politics & The Implications for Solar

Time: January 27, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Bellvue Manor, 8083 Jane Street, Vaughan, Ontario L4K 2M7, Canada
Street: 8083 Jane Street
City/Town: Ontario
Website or Map: http://solarnetwork0127-rss.e…
Phone: 647-869-0733
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Ontario Solar Network
Latest Activity: Jan 23, 2011

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Title:
Jan 27 - Monthly "Solar Network Evening" - Ontario's Long Term Energy Plan, Election Year Politics & The Implications for Solar

When:
Thursday, January 27, 2011 from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (ET)

Where:
Bellvue Manor
8083 Jane Street
Vaughan
Ontario L4K 2M7
Canada

Website:
http://solarnetwork.org/ontario/

Hosted By:
Ontario Solar Network
ONTARIO SOLAR NETWORK
Your Solar PV Business Connection

Ontario Solar Network's mission is to advance business development for all stakeholders in Ontario's Solar Industry.


Register for this event now at:
http://solarnetwork0127-rss.eventbrite.com

Event Details:

Ontario's Long Term Energy Plan
Election Year Politics, and the Implications for Solar
Panelists - for bios, click here
Dr. Jan Carr Former CEO, Ontario Power Authority
Gunars Ceksters Chair, Ontario Solar Network,
Former President & CEO, Enersource Corporation
Robert Silver Partner, Crestview Strategy
Thursday, January 27, 6:00 - 9:00pm
6-7 Networking & Cash Bar / 7-8 Panel & Discussion / 8-9 Networking & Cash Bar
Bellvue Manor, 8083 Jane Street, Vaughan, Ontario, L4K 2M7
Great New Location! Free Parking! Click Here for Directions


Limited Space. Advance Registration Recommended.

Basic Member Fee: $59


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Professional / Corporate Member Fee: $35.40 (40% off $59 fee)


HST not included. Registering after January 20, or at the door: Add $10

Limited sponsorship & exhibit space available!

Questions? Email cynthia@solarnetwork.org or call 647-869-0733

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