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Making Energy Work for Clackamas County: Solar Energy Workshop

Posted by Bridget Callahan on April 5, 2019

Join us May 20th, 2019 and learn about solar opportunities in Clackamas County

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We invite you to join us and learn about innovative solar opportunities in Clackamas County.

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Participants will learn about new and innovative approaches to bring solar technology and benefits to all Clackamas County residents, and will help identify what opportunities are of interest to move the county forward in meeting its clean energy goals. Presentations will include information and discussion on:

  • Community solar;
  • Disaster preparedness and resilience;
  • Strategies for low-income participation; and
  • Land use considerations

During the lunch hour, attendees will be able to have small group discussions with experts in both renewable energy and community interests.  


Who attends the workshop?

Clackamas County residents, municipal staff, elected officials, agricultural producers, community leaders and decision makers, public safety professionals, conservation districts, facility and property managers, public utility districts, business leaders, and all others interested in helping Clackamas County pursue a clean energy future.

Workshops are co-hosted by Clackamas County and Sustainable Northwest, with support from Energy Trust of Oregon. 

Location: Everett Hall, Hopkins Demonstration Forest, 16750 S Brockway Rd, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

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8:30 am – 2 pm 

• Check-In, Coffee, County welcome

• Clackamas County Solar Energy Potential

• Solar, Storage, and Community Resilience

• Shared Solar 101: Community Solar and more

• Lunch provided - table topics with speaker hosted discussions

• Education and Weatherization

• Next steps

$15 Registration

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For more information about the workshop, please contact Claire Trevisan with Clackamas County: (503)742-4456, CTrevisan@clackamas.us, or Bridget Callahan with Sustainable Northwest: (503)756-0494, bcallahan@sustainablenorthwest.org

This workshop is part of the Making Energy Work for Rural Oregon network that is designed to help rural communities identify energy savings and energy generation opportunities, and invest in local energy programs and projects.

This workshop is brought to you by: 

               
      


Thank you to our Sponsor: