Returning for its ninth year, this conference has become the State's signature clean energy event, bringing together members of the energy industry, energy policy & economic development leaders, project hosts, and users of energy services. Included within this one conference are:
Policy & Economic Development
Looking at the current context for clean energy, and how Oregon can continue on its leadership path in the face of changing market dynamics. Read more
Clean energy sector employs more Californians than film, radio and TV; Hawaiian utility bought out by nation’s largest windpower firm; wrangling continues at Lima climate talks; and more stories of the week in clean energy.
Northwest communities have made incredible progress halting proposed coal export terminals here in our region, preserving an environment in which our communities can thrive. We need to keep the pressure on to halt more proposed coal terminals, and now we have a new pressure point.
From the farm to the foam in your glass, Oregon businesses are building a sustainable life-cycle for beer through clean energy and energy efficiency. Learn more about the work of Worthy Brewing, Goschie Farms, Columbia Distributing and Energy Trust of Oregon.
Turning organic materials into compost and applying it to rangelands on a larger scale could store a lot of carbon, repurpose organic waste, improve the health of rangelands, increase climate resilience, and help farmers’ bottom lines.
It's time for Northwest utilities to improve coordination of our region’s flexible generation through an Energy Imbalance Market (EIM). Working together, we can save ratepayer money, integrate more clean energy and help fight climate change. Read more