Sep
24
to Sep 27

Solar Power International

  • Ananheim Convention Center (map)
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Solar Power International is powered by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA). SPI held its inaugural show in 2004 and was designed to serve and advance the solar energy industry by bringing together the people, products, and professional development opportunities that drive the solar industry and are forging its bright future.

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Oct
6
1:00 PM13:00

Solar Oregon Solar Homes Tour

Join Solar Oregon for the 2018 Solar homes tour - Cully edition! We'll be partnering with the National Solar Tour to higlight homes in the Cully neighborhood that have gone solar. Come talk to homeowners and installers about solar energy, tour fascinating homes and see how our neighbors are doing their best to live sustainably in an age of climate change. Tickets are sliding scale and by donation to Solar Oregon - 0 - 20$

This year's tour is sponsored by Lime scooters! They will be bringing free electric scooters to try out during the tour.

Register here

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Sep
12
to Sep 13

Shades of Green Forum

Join us September 12-13, 2018 in Portland, Oregon for the Shades of Green Forum produced by Prisma Point. This two-day conference will bring together a diverse group of professionals from around the country for a candid discussion about the state of diversity within the energy industry, as well as a facilitated workshop around diversity best practices, strategies and actions.

Attendees will leave with meaningful takeaways that can be implemented to move organizations further along the path to diversity, inclusion and equity

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Aug
29
1:30 PM13:30

UM 1930 Cost Recovery Workshop

Each utility will review its cost recovery proposal. Stakeholders and Staff will ask questions and provide feedback. Following the workshop, Staff will bring a recommended cost recovery proposal to a public meeting for Commission adoption (tentatively planned for the September 25, 2018 Public Meeting).

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Aug
8
5:00 PM17:00

POWERPNW Networking Happy Hour - Seattle

POWER PNW meet-ups provide a welcoming and casual opportunity to meet peers, share ideas and opportunities, and educate colleagues about projects and initiatives of interest to the group. All women and men working in a field related to energy, solar or other renewables and interested in building a more diverse energy sector are invited, as are students and developing professionals who are looking for perspectives on joining the clean energy sector.

POWER PNW is focused on building a community of women in energy and renewables and increasing inclusiveness through initiatives around workforce develoment, community building, and empowerment.

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Jul
28
11:00 AM11:00

Solar Drinks + Aquaponics Meetup BBQ & Build

  • Global Homestead Community Garage and Shop People (map)
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You are invited to join solar & aquaponics advocates for a day of learning, sharing food, and building.  Bring your interest, some food to grill or share, and engage in presentations on the concept, benefits and investment opportunities related to these independent and sustainable food systems bringing freedom and integrity to small communities throughout the world. Register here.

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Jul
26
5:00 PM17:00

POWERPNW Networking Happy Hour - Portland

POWER PNW monthly meet-ups provide a welcoming and casual opportunity to meet peers, share ideas and opportunities, and educate colleagues about projects and initiatives of interest to the group. All women and men working in a field related to energy, solar or other renewables and interested in building a more diverse energy sector are invited, as are students and developing professionals who are looking for perspectives on joining the clean energy sector.

POWER PNW is focused on building a community of women in energy and renewables and increasing inclusiveness through initiatives around workforce develoment, community building, and empowerment.

 

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