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The Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) and the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) have partnered to offer a discount to exhibitors and delegates who attend both shows in 2013.

The trade associations say they will also support cross sales activity at their respective industry events, making it easier and more cost-effective for renewable energy participants to attend both shows.

"We are extremely excited to work with CanSIA to enhance the ability of renewable energy business leaders to meet and discuss the opportunities before us and the challenges we face in the Canadian market," says Robert Hornung, president of CanWEA.

“CanWEA and CanSIA are currently finalizing additional collaborative initiatives with respect to our events programming that will be announced in the near future to provide even greater benefits to the members of both our organizations who represent Canada's renewable energy industry leaders,” he adds.



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