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A New Era for Canadian Energy is Now
April 26-28, 2022
Edmonton, Canada

SHOWCASING CANADA'S LEADERSHIP IN HYDROGEN

Setting the tone for the hydrogen industry, the Canadian Hydrogen Convention engages with Executives, Governments and Indigenous leaders from across the country to connect the energy industry with the global investment sector. As Canada is one of the top 10 hydrogen producers today, the convention will uncover what is needed to supercharge the industry while helping Canada reach its climate target of net zero by 2050.


Building on Canada’s diverse talent, valuable energy reserves and current infrastructure, experts will analyze the current challenges the industry is facing, policy and regulation causing roadblocks and the public’s lack of awareness of hydrogen to develop the solutions needed to transform Canada’s energy sector.

Conference Speakers
 Hon. Dale Nally 
Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity
Government of Alberta

The Honourable Dale Nally was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta on April 16, 2019 and currently serves as the Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity.

Minister Nally’s key priority is ensuring long-term stability, investment attraction and growth in Alberta's natural gas and electricity sectors.

Since his appointment, Minister Nally spearheaded the development of Alberta’s Natural Gas Vision and Strategy, which created an industry-supported plan to grow the hydrogen, petrochemical, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and plastics recycling sectors. He has also launched the Alberta Petrochemical Incentive Program (APIP), which is anticipated to drive billions of dollars of investment in Alberta’s leading petrochemical sector.

Minister Nally is also a strong proponent of Alberta’s energy-only electricity market. This approach has attracted more than $5 billion in announced generation projects – including more than $2 billion for utility-scale renewable projects – since July 2019.

Minister Nally brings with him decades of private sector experience, where he previously led and managed business units that generate between $50 million and $80 million in revenue. He has a Masters Degree in Education.