Energy Stakeholders: Who They Are

What is the role of government, industry, educational institutions and consumers in creating partnerships to keep the lights on and reduce climate disruption.

This lecture will unpack the importance of an integrated approach.

 

Date: 
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Product variations: 
Time: 
10:00 AM
End time: 
12:00 PM
Location: 
Bayshore Community Centre
0.00 CAD
About the lecturer 

James Scongack

James Scongack is the Vice President of Corporate Affairs & Environment for Bruce Power and is responsible for environmental and waste management, Indigenous and community relations, communications, corporate social responsibility and stakeholder relations. In his role he has also the executive lead for the Site Lease with the Province and Isotope development.    Prior to his role in Corporate Affairs, James held the role as Executive Assistant to Bruce Power’s President & CEO from 2006-2011, while managing various company initiatives including new-build development projects and environmental reviews in Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan.

More recently, James was part of the Bruce Power team which successfully negotiated a long-term commercial framework with the Province of Ontario, extending the life of the facility to 2064 enabling the $13 Billion life extension program. He also served as executive co-host for the 2015 International Atomic Energy Agency OSART Mission.

James sits on the Board of Life Labs, Canada’s largest independent provider of laboratory services. He is also is a Generator Representative for nuclear and co-chair on the Independent Electricity System Operator Stakeholder Advisory Committee.   He has an Executive MBA from London’s Ivey Business School and a Chartered Director through the DeGroote Business School Directors College. James also holds a Masters Degree from the University of Guelph College of Management and Economics in Leadership and a BA (Hons) and has completed Master’s-level Project Management certification through York University’s Schulich Business School.    James and his wife Jenny and daughter Aubrey live in Port Elgin, Ontario where he grew up.