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ASHRAE Panel - Creating a sustainable Toronto through regulations and incentives - May 6th, 2019

  • 06 May 2019
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Toronto Downtown, 108 Chestnut St, Toronto, ON M5G 1R3
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Creating a sustainable Toronto through regulations and incentives


ASHRAE Toronto Dinner Meeting & Panel Discussion


Let's discuss with our panel of experts the standards and regulation that are currently driving the sustainable future of Toronto, as well as the City efforts to reduce local greenhouse gas emissions, and improve our health, grow our economy, and improve social equity.  Join the conversation!


After a brief introduction from each panel member and a series of questions from the moderator, questions will be welcome from the floor. Come prepared with your most pressing issues or submit them early via https://forms.gle/J3nDSaBGGcywLMbYA


 Date:  Monday May 6th, 2019
 Venue:  DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
 108 Chestnut St, Toronto, ON M5G 1R3
 Networking & Registration:  5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
 Dinner & Panel:  6:00 pm to 9:00 pm



Luka Matutinovic


Principal - Purpose Building


Luka Matutinovic is a Co-Founder and Principal at Purpose Building, an employee-owned consultancy focused on accelerating real estate towards planet positive pathways. Purpose delivers strategies for buildings and communities that are healthy, low-carbon, financially successful and aligned with circular economy thinking. Luka is an industry leader in sustainable design and performance analytics. He was past Vice President of the Boston and Canada Chapters of the International Building Performance Simulation Association, worked on the development of ASHRAE’s Energy Modelling Standard 209 and is currently an advisor on the Energy Metrics Group of the CaGBC Zero Carbon Building Standard.

Rae-Anne Miller

Manager, Public Energy Initiatives

Environment & Energy Division

City of Toronto 

 Rae-Anne is the Manager of Public Energy Initiatives – Existing Buildings and leads a multidisciplinary team in the City of Toronto Environment & Energy Division (EED).  Through the enhancement of the City's Better Buildings Partnership her team is responsible for driving GHG emission reductions and energy conservation through retrofits in all existing buildings across the city, including single family residential.  She also worked as a Senior Engineer within the EED, where she contributed to energy conservation programs such as Demand Response and also assisted in the development of energy retrofit loan programs. 

Lyle ScottLyle Scott 

B.A., B.E.Sc., P.Eng., LEED AP BD+C

Principal - Footprint

With more than 20 years of experience in sustainable design, development, and operations, Lyle has a broad perspective on the best sustainability strategy for his clients. A trained mechanical engineer specializing in energy efficiency, facilities management, and sustainable development, Lyle is the founding and managing Principal of Footprint, collaborating with architects, engineers and developers to create the most appropriate sustainability solution. 

For many years, Lyle has played a leadership role in this industry, serving as a founding member of Sustainable Buildings Canada and holding numerous positions within the Canada Green Building Council (including Vice Chairman of the CAGBC LEED Management Committee). Lyle has also served as a technical resource to the cities of Toronto, Edmonton, and Calgary, as well as an advisor to sustainability programs at Humber College, Ryerson University, and the University of Toronto. He has also played an instrumental leadership role in several sustainability “firsts”, including the first CaGBC multi-residential building, and has championed many other LEED projects bridging all building types and sectors. 


Kurt Monteiro photoKurt Monteiro



Principal - Smith + Andersen 

No Walk-In Registrations will be Permitted

Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact the following:

Beatriz Salazar
ASHRAE Toronto Technology Transfer Committee Chair



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