Andrew Bowerbank is well known to the energy, infrastructure, and cleantech sectors in Canada and internationally. Through his experiences, he has developed the ability to identify new market opportunities and demonstrate the effectiveness of collaboration across industry sectors to achieve results. Today, Mr. Bowerbank is the National Vice President, Sustainability & Energy at WSP, one of the largest engineering consulting fims in the world.
Prior to joining WSP in 2018, Mr. Bowerbank held executive positions across a number of well recognized corporations including EllisDon and Magna International. He has also acted as a representative for Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs at international events and he has held board seats on public agencies including the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
Mr. Bowerbank is the former CEO of the World Green Building Council (2007-10) where he successfully worked with Council members to grow the WorldGBC from 8 founding nations to over 60 member countries. During his tenure with the WorldGBC, he had the fortunate opportunity to work as a member representative for the United Nations Environmental Programme with a specific goal to deliver a global framework for major carbon reductions in buildings.
As a published author, Mr. Bowerbank has had two of his books on Canada’s “bestselling authors” list and he has produced a number of market reports on topics including sustainable urban development, green healthcare, electric vehicle infrastructure, low carbon economics, and more.
Mr. Bowerbank was recently named one of Canada’s top 16 sustainability
leaders at the Clean50 Awards. He is also the recipient of the prestigious “Ontario Premier’s Award” for his career accomplishments. He has received numerous industry awards and recognition for his keynote addresses, an activity he thoroughly enjoys in his efforts to transform our markets through low carbon economic strategies.