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2019 Deschutes County Spring Energy Tour

Posted by Bridget Callahan on March 8, 2019

Join us May 16-17 for a clean energy and resilience tour around Deschutes County

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Mark your calendars, pack your boots, and prepare for an exploration of Central Oregon clean energy resiliency!

Sustainable Northwest, in partnership with Wy'East RC&D and Energy Trust of Oregon, is pleased to announce the 2019 Deschutes County Spring Energy Tour. This 2-day event will bring together local and regional experts in clean energy, sustainable farming, and local resiliency.

Similar to the 2018 Coos County Spring Tour, this event will showcase a variety of emerging clean energy and resilience projects and programs, both in the field and during lunchtime presentations. Guests will connect with local leaders championing these efforts, and network with regional and statewide partners advancing clean energy economies.

Registration and additional details will be announced shortly.


What: Deschutes County Energy and Resilience Tour

When: May 16-17, 2019

Where: Deschutes County, basing operations out of Sisters, OR and Bend, OR


Highlights of the tour will feature:

  • Presentations from regional and local clean energy experts
  • Driving and walking tours exploring innovative renewable and energy efficiency projects;
  • Connecting with leaders in Deschutes County who are accelerating central Oregon resiliency;
  • Meeting with irrigation districts and local farmers leading the charge in sustainable agriculture; and
  • An evening networking reception
2017 attendees tour a geothermal plant in Lake County
2017 attendees tour a geothermal plant in Lake County

For more information about the Spring Tour, how to become a sponsor, or the Making Energy Work Network, contact Bridget Callahan at bcallahan@sustainablenorthwest.org, or (503) 756-0494.

This event was brought to you by Sustainable Northwest, Wy'East RC&D, and Energy Trust of Oregon.


          
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