In early 2010 ABCtech brought together 11 moderators,60 panelists, and 350 attendees in Edmonton and Calgary to discuss CleanTech issues. Over 40 resolutions were put forward at these two events. In September at a Conference in Red Deer 180 people gathered and further refined the resolutions to 28.
At the Red Deer Conference a board made up of industry leaders was established to launch ACTia and to assist in advancing initiatives based on the resolutions. Key projects were initiated including a formal mission statement and goals with branding finalized, and a website launched. The subscriber base has grown and to over 750 strong.
After leading ACTia through it’s formative stages and working closely with it on the above activities, ABCtech has recently assisted in the process of transitioning the organization into a Society with new Officers Russel Matichuk, Chairman and President, Paul Cabaj, Vice President, and Dan Cloutier, Secretary–Treasurer (other Board members are listed on the website at www.actia.ca
ACTia became a member of ABCtech’s Industry Alliance in February 2017 gaining a seat and appointment of a Director of Clean Tech and Rural Development on thABCtech’s Board of Directors.
ACTia’s Welcome to the ABCtech Industry Alliance – February 2017
ABCtech’s latest board appointment – February 2017, represents a positive step towards building a stronger alliance with the Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance (ACTia).
Alberta Clean-tech Alliance Conference – September 2010
The Alberta Council of Technologies CleanTech Industry Conference concluded on September 18 at Red Deer College with the assembly of over 120 delegates comprised of clean-tech interests from across Alberta communities,businesses, and campuses……
Clean-tech Symposia – March 2010
The Alberta Council of Technologies and the Alberta Chapter – Canadian Green Building Council co-hosted the conduct of a clean technologies symposium in Edmonton and Calgary in early March 2010. Participants included 11 moderators and 60 …….