How can mining operators further reduce their carbon emissions?

The World Congress offers mining participants business critical information, networking and informative case studies.

Graphic of the Energy and Mines World Congress.

The Energy and Mines World Congress will offer mining participants business critical information on preparing for carbon pricing and carbon reduction strategies for global operations. — Photo: Energy and Mines

This is a key focus of the 4th annual renewables for mines conference taking place this November 21-22 at the Hilton Toronto. The Energy and Mines World Congress will offer mining participants business critical information on preparing for carbon pricing and carbon reduction strategies for global operations. It also features the very latest case studies of international mines integration renewables and electrifying their operations.

Mining operators are eligible for complimentary passes to this high-caliber Congress. Click here for more details on how to apply for a mine pass.

Mining consultants and service providers are eligible for a 20% discount off attending this event by entering the code “mcsp20” on the registration page.

Call for nominations - nominate your mine for its energy innovation

Alongside the Congress, Energy and Mines is hosting the Energy and Mines Renewables in Mining Awards to recognize and celebrate the mining leaders who have invested in renewables solutions. To nominate your company or client for an award, click here. Nominations are open until October 8th and the awards will be presented at a gala dinner on November 21st at the Hilton Toronto.

For further details on the awards, contact Adrienne Baker at Energy and Mines on 1-613-627-2787 or [email protected].

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