Matt Beck brings a wide range of experience in energy, green building, tourism and economic development to his role at Imaginea. In his previous role at Husky Energy he focused on energy and emissions action strategies, sustainability reporting and building organizational capacity for sustainability projects. Matt previously co-founded and led Team Alberta’s 2009 effort at the US DOE Solar Decathlon international net-zero energy solar homebuilding competition. He is also Chair of Community Futures Centre West, an economic development and small business lending organization for Airdrie and the Bow Valley Corridor. He lives in Cochrane with his wife and 3 young kids, who remind him daily of the need to be purposeful in our approach to enhancing Alberta’s Energy System.

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Working on the energy problem is really about legacy. Energy, its availability and its reliability are what allowed us to attain the quality of life we can be grateful for today.

Matt Beck

Robust energy systems should be like the internet. They need to be hybrids of everything, massively interconnected and networked in a way that they’re extremely resilient. I don’t see any one technology dominating the future energy system.

Matt Beck