Decarbonization Webinar

Join Carol McGlogan, President and CEO of Electro-Federation Canada, for a presentation on Decarbonizing Canada via Electrification. This presentation will be delivered virtually through zoom. 
About the Presentation
Canada’s target of Net-zero emissions by 2050 will require transformations within our electrical grid, transportation network, and buildings.  EFC commissioned a white paper by the Pembina Group to examine the opportunities and challenges as it relates to achieving GHG (green house gas) reduction targets.  Electrification is at the center of this transformation and Carol McGlogan will reflect on the research completed by Pembina and the resulting policy recommendations of EFC to Canadian government stakeholders.

Speaker Bio

Carol McGlogan is the President and CEO of Electro-Federation Canada. Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) is a national, not-for-profit association representing the dynamic electrical and automation industries, contributing to Canada’s net-zero future, intelligent buildings, smart infrastructure, and Industry 4.0. EFC’s 230 member companies consist of manufacturers, distributors, manufacturers’ representatives and field service organizations.

Carol joined EFC in April 2017. Prior to this role, Carol spent much of her career in the lighting industry with Philips and Canlyte and had executive responsibilities in marketing, sales, and channel management. During Carol’s time in the lighting industry, she spent several years volunteering with EFC as Chair of the Supply & Distribution Council in 2002 and Chairman of the Board in 2006. As President & CEO of EFC, Carol guides the association’s overall strategic vision. A significant part of this vision is to educate and inspire members about the changing electrical and automation industry by offering programs and services that help member
companies compete, lead, and grow.

Carol graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario with a Bachelor of Business Admin degree. She is married with four children and lives in Oakville, Ontario.
When: March 13th at 12pm
Where: Zoom
Ticket Cost: $20+GST

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