The EFL Leadership Bootcamp is a great way to experience a sneak-a-peek of the EFL. This intensive three-day learning experience packages techniques from the Lab and empowers innovators and influencers to play a leading role in the emerging transition in the Albertan energy system. If you are looking for a futuristic, eye-opening training opportunity, check out the EFL Leadership Bootcamp.
AI and Machine Learning Workshop
Artificial intelligence has great potential to help address today’s energy challenges. Given Alberta’s world-class know-how in energy and the emerging field of artificial intelligence, the EFL, with the support of the Royal Bank of Canada, and our other funding partners, has launched an initiative to explore the following question:
How can artificial intelligence and machine learning accelerate Alberta’s transition to the energy system the future requires?
Are you looking for a fun, intense, and thought-provoking activity to help your group better understand energy transition? The Newtonian Shift might be for you and your organization. Experience decades of energy transition in just five to six hours. Choose a role you’re unfamiliar with – from a utility company’s CEO to a First Nations Chief, to an Asset Manager or even a NGO representative. Besides being an exhilarating learning experience, this game is the perfect team building activity!
Once you have learned about the work of the EFL, have a look at the Fellowship. The Lab invites additional leaders and innovators to work with current Fellows on the Innovation Pathways and EFL initiatives. If you are ready to help lead the movement for energy innovation and transition in Alberta, please consider joining the Fellowship.
Energy Futures Roadshow
The Energy Futures Roadshow is about harnessing the combined knowledge, skills and networks of the Energy Futures Lab Fellows and focusing it on challenges a community faces in light of energy transition.
The Energy Futures Roadshow pilot is an engagement between the Energy Futures Lab and the community of Crowsnest Pass. Depending on the needs of the community, it will involve a series of sessions over two days with different audiences in the community, including municipal government, local businesses and economic development authorities, schools, the general public, etc. The engagement will be designed in conjunction with the community, drawing on the tools, resources and networks of the Energy Futures Lab, and involving a number of EFL Fellows and Support Team members.
A initial call for Expressions of Interest from communities yielded 12 responses. The initial pilot with the community of Crowsnest Pass will involve different audiences in the community, including municipal government, local businesses and economic development authorities, schools, and the general public. This Roadshow will take place on October 18 and 19, 2018.
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