Moderator Monica Gattinger is a Full Professor and Chair at the University of Ottawa.
CAMPUT 2021 brought Canadian regulators together with the theme Transition and Transaction.
The conference came to a close with a panel of regulatory leaders looking around the corners at a number of key questions. As the transition evolves to a decarbonized economy, what do regulators see coming? What are the key policy drivers? How are regulators engaging with policy? How are regulators innovating? Enjoy these excerpts.
Moderator, Full Professor and Chair, University of Ottawa, Monica Gattinger: Positive Energy, we've been working with CAMPUT on a collaborative research project to identify what works when it comes to regulatory innovations in public engagement and in relationships between policymakers and regulatory agencies. It involved a survey with CAMPUT members, along with a diversity of people and organizations engaged with regulatory agencies.
We also undertook a number of case studies involving innovations in public engagement and in policy regulatory relations. Sharing three top level findings. First, the survey revealed that regulators and those engaged in the energy regulatory system, what did they see as the top driver of innovation and regulatory decision making.