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North America's Leading Energy Event
June 7-9, 2022
BMO Centre at Stampede Park - Calgary, Canada


Eddie Saab

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Eddie Saab

President, Canada
Westinghouse Electric Company

Edouard (Eddie) Saab brings 20 years of experience in nuclear market development, customer & organizational fluency, and building collaborative networks in support of engagements with key stakeholders across Canada’s nuclear industry to his role as president of Westinghouse Canada.

Appointed as President and board member of Westinghouse Electric Canada Inc in June 2018, Mr. Saab is leading Westinghouse’s journey to the premier nuclear organization within the Canadian nuclear industry by building our commercial and operational footprint in Canada.

Mr. Saab supports Westinghouse’s multiple business units targeting the Canadian market by developing a safe and healthy culture and execute Westinghouse plans for operational emergence with fiscal accountability of the Operating Plant Services Business Units in Canada, specifically focused on Engineered Systems & Solutions (ESS), Outage & Maintenance Services (OMS), Digital Engineering Services (DES) and Fuels market development, penetration and growth. He will also support Environmental Services D&D efforts, Westinghouse Government Services at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories sites, and our eVinci micro-reactor commercialization efforts as part of Energy Systems.

Mr. Saab holds a bachelor’s degree of applied science in mechanical engineering and management science from the University of Waterloo, and is a professional engineer in Ontario, Canada. He is an active member of several nuclear industry organizations, including Canadian Nuclear Association, Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industry, and the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council.

A strong and tireless advocate for the advancement of clean, safe and reliable nuclear power, Mr. Saab believes that nuclear technology will play a greater role in the low-carbon economy of the future and in leading the battle against climate change.

A native of Toronto, Mr. Saab, his wife and their three children reside in Richmond Hill, Ontario.