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The Honourable Sergio Marchi, President and CEO of the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) joined a discussion panel on NAFTA at an event in Washington D.C. hosted by WIRES, an international non-profit trade association. Mr. Marchi called on US political leaders who value NAFTA to find their voices because President Trump desperately needs to hear them.

CEA’s President and CEO Sergio Marchi joined a discussion panel on NAFTA at an event in Washington, DC, that hosted by WIRES, an international non-profit trade association. Attached are introductory remarks he delivered at the start of panel, calling for a North American energy strategy, with or without NAFTA.

The President and CEO of CEA Sergio Marchi joined a discussion panel on energy trade in North America at an event in Ottawa hosted by Energy Council of Canada. In his introductory remarks, which are attached, Sergio outlined the electricity sector’s priorities for the NAFTA negotiations and how to strengthen and modernize the trade agreement. […]

The following document contains data and information about CEA and the Canadian Electricity Industry. The data is derived from 3rd party sources (i.e., World Bank, StatsCan, IEA, Environment Canada) and has been visualized by CEA.

Washington – Introductory remarks by the Honourable Sergio Marchi, President and CEO of CEA, ahead of Washington International Trade Association (WITA) panel discussion on Energy and the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Toronto – Introductory remarks by the Honourable Sergio Marchi President and CEO of CEA ahead of discussion panel, “The Great Canadian Electricity Conversation”, at Canada’s largest solar energy conference.

Boston, USA — Remarks by President & CEO of CEA Sergio Marchi at a panel discussion at the New England Canada Business Council’s 25th annual energy conference.

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This short CEA paper aims to contribute to the discussion by exploring the electricity sector’s role in an evolving energy system and suggesting principles that ought to govern our collective action