The EERED (Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Division) of the Engineers and Geoscientists of BC is hosting a tour of Avalon Battery Corporation on Powell Street in East Vancouver, followed by a social gathering at Andina Brewing.
The evening will feature a presentation on the role of batteries for energy storage followed by a tour of the Avalon Battery manufacturing facility on Powell Street in East Vancouver. The presentation and the tour will be hosted by Matt Harper, P.Eng. the Chief Product Officer at Avalon Battery, and former VP of Products and Marketing at Prudent Energy.
The tour and presentation will last about an hour, after which we will adjourn to Andina Brewing next door for an opportunity to socialize, meet other members of EERED, and the members of the Executive Committee.
There will be a quiz based on the presentation and the tour with prizes for the first correct answer, and also some draw prizes for lucky participants. The entry fee includes a beverage of your choice at Andina Brewing.
Join us for an interesting evening and an opportunity to learn about the innovative work being conducted in the area of energy storage which is an essential component of the efficient use of electrical energy as we advance to a more sustainable and energy efficient future.
- 6:00 PM-6:15 PM: Registration and networking
- 6:15 PM-7:15 PM: Presentation and tour of the facility
- 7:15 PM-8:00 PM: Social gathering at Andina Brewing
CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER, AVALON BATTERY CORPORATION
Matt Harper, P.Eng., is a clean-tech entrepreneur and product developer. His expertise is in using advanced technologies to develop revolutionary industrial and commercial products; his passion is in helping companies adopt those products to build sustainable, profitable businesses. His career spans pioneering work in electrical energy storage, wastewater treatment, hydrogen generation and fuel cell vehicles. Matt's holistic approach to industrial technology development balances technical and operations development with commercial, organizational and operational lifecycle characteristics. Matt holds a master's degree in management and engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and is the inventor of several patents related to industrial technology.
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