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Growing Clean Energy in Rural Oregon

Posted by Renee Magyar on November 7, 2013

An informative workshop on developing locally-generated clean energy.

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Credit: Obsidian Renewables

Join Sustainable Northwest, State House Minority Leader Mike McLane, and Representative Jules Bailey for this informative workshop on developing locally-generated clean energy.

This workshop is designed for local leaders and energy experts who are working to increase the economic diversity and viability of Oregon's rural communities. 

To meet the region's energy demands by 2025, the state must open up markets for future renewable energy generation. Learn about the opportunities and challenges facing small towns as they consider developing locally generated, clean energy.  

Representative McLane is committed to bringing clean energy jobs to rural Oregon and will help lead discussions on policy barriers and opportunities that will help rural communities meet their future locally produced, renewable energy needs.

Event details:

Where Brasada Ranch, Powell Butte, OR

When December 11, 2013; 9 am - 5 pm

To learn more about this event, please contact Community Energy Program Manager, Lee Rahr by email, or call (503) 318-8607.

Download the agenda below.


We would like to thank our sponsors:

 
           

To sponsor this event, please contact Lara Miller by email, or call (503) 221-6911 x107.