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GoCleanEnergy Conference

2018 GoCleanEnergy Conference

Visit www.GoCleanEnergy.ORG for a full  listing of sponsors and presenters.

22 speakers, some of the presentations appear here.

2019 Conference Date will be Thursday, October 3


Opening Keynote

Jeff Hammarlund, Professor of Energy Policy, Retired, Portland State University, Why Clean Energy: An Overview of Advances in Corporate and Government at all levels

Why Clean Energy Presentation


Wasted Food/Wasted Money

Session for Breweries, food service, grocers, and restaurants

Elaine Blatt, Department of Environmental Quality explains how the food we waste could power Oregon’s homes for 30 year. She discusses a toolkit and software that helps businesses to cut food waste from the start and thereby increase the bottom line. Studies show about 50% of businesses increase their return about 14%. Note: this slideshow may take a moment to download.\eblatt\BlattE_Deschutes350_DEQ_slides_only.pptx

Strategic Energy Management

Genevieve London, Stillwater Energy, Strategic Energy Management for Small and Large Businesses.

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Commercial & Community  Solar

Worthy Brewery Case Example

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Community Solar:  Evan Ramsey, Bonneville Environmental Foundation. provides many project examples, with payback info.

BEF Community Solar


Reduce your Carbon Footprint, Savings for you and the Planet

Green Your LIfe & Business, Diane Hodiak, 350Deschutes

Green Your LIfe and Business

Real Estate & Building

Home Energy Score: Benefits for buyers and Homeowners?  Now in Portland and 3 states.

Scot Davidson, Enhabit

Home Energy Score


Diversity and Socially Responsible Investing

Hiring and Building Competitiveness for your Business, Mari Watanable, Partners in Diversity.

Partners in Diversity


Final Keynote: Mike Goetz, Citizens Utility Board:

Oregon’s Path to a Flexible Clean Energy Future and Reduce GHG Emissions

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Youth Climate Strike!

350 Deschutes supports the student strike being organized by US Youth Climate Strike, here in Oregon and world wide! Join us in supporting young climate activists, September 20th at 4 pm on Peace Corner, (Greenwood @ Wall)

Sip for Sustainability

First 50 registrants get a new Tote Bag and shampoo soap bar! NEW incentives will help you save thousands! Everyone, including low to moderate income, can save money on new, leased or used electric cars. Discover how you can get to zero net energy with home or business solar and efficiency. Tips on Plastic avoidance and DIY products. Multiple presenters will show you how you manage your waste and buying choices. Come for the fun, and discover how to improve your life AND help the planet. $10 donation appreciated. Students with ID or kids under 14 go free. Conference attendees are free. Sanctuary, off NW St Helens Place.

EV Charging coming to Redmond

October 9 at 4:30: A public launch of the new EV charging stations at the COCC campus in Redmond! Join us for food, beverages and to learn about rebates and incentives on new and used EVs

Take Action in Central Oregon

Residents of Bend: Ask the city council for an ordinance on oil and LNG by rail!

Take Action in Central Oregon

Bend Residents: Let the City Council know you support a strong Community Climate Action Plan!

Take Action in Central Oregon

Deschutes County Residents: Ask the County Commissioners to start the transition to a strong energy future