YEP Speaker Event: A discussion on nuclear energy

The recent nuclear proposal in Alberta has brought debate from all sides – What are the benefits? What are the cost and risks? Wayne Henuset, President and Co-Chairman of Energy Alberta Corporation and Marlo Raynolds, Executive Director of the Pembina Institute, will discuss the issues and the future of nuclear energy in Alberta. Each speaker will talk for five minutes, followed by a Q&A discussion.When: Wednesday, Jan. 16, doors open at 5:30 p.m.Where: Ceili's (803- 8th Ave SW)Cost: Free to YEP members, $5 for non-members. A lifetime membership to YEP costs just $30. More information at Henuset, President and Co-Chairman of Energy Alberta Corporation, describes himself as an entrepreneur. He has headed up petroleum service companies, owned car dealerships, and Willow Park, Canada ' largest privately owned wine and spirits retailer. He now hopes to erect and operate Canada's first nuclear power plant to meet the needs of oil sands development.Marlo Raynolds is the Executive Director at the Pembina Institute. He has worked with the Institute since 1995 in the development and practical application of triple-bottom-line decision-making tools, energy systems, and strategies for sustainability. Marlo holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering (University of Alberta), a B.Sc. in Systems Design Engineering (University of Waterloo), and a Masters in Management and Leadership for the Voluntary Sector (McGill University). Dr. Raynolds is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Sustainable Development at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary.

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