Green tech networking at UVic

Get the low-down on electric cars, energy consumption monitoring and shipboard waste management technologies

Get the low-down on electric cars, energy consumption monitoring and shipboard waste management technologies at a Victoria GreenTech Exchange meeting on Thursday.

The University of Victoria’s centre for social and sustainable innovation is hosting GreenTech Exchange, a networking event that connects the business community and green technology innovators.

Guest speakers include John Stonier, Signature Renewables, Janice Cheam, founder, president, and CEO of Energy Aware Technology Inc., Dr. Bryan Imber, president and CEO of International Composting Corp.

The event is on Thursday, May 24, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the lobby and room A104 of the Bob Wright Centre.

The meeting is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required at


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