Presented by: Oregon Solar + Storage Industries Association Event will take place in Portland, Oregon at the Portland Crowne Plaza The Pacific Northwest’s Leading Solar Energy Conference The Oregon Solar + Storage Conference – OSSC – is taking place November 2 – 4, 2021. Earn NABCEP CEUs, visit engaging exhibits, hear from industry leaders about […]
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To learn more about the 2021 Northwest Power Plan and how to get involved, please join us for one of two upcoming webinars. We’ll review what’s in the plan, its strengths and drawbacks – and provide information and talking points that you can use to send in comments or participate in a public comment hearing on the Draft. 2021 Northwest Power Plan: Your Voice Matters! Webinar #1 – Hosted by […]
Attend the Washington State Solar Summit hybrid conference on Friday, October 22, 2021, at the Lynnwood Convention Center in Lynnwood, WA. The Washington State Solar Summit is an important annual information gathering and networking event for industry stakeholders including manufacturers, installers, utilities, municipalities, legislators, policy makers, educators, students, tribal members, advocacy organizations/nonprofits, distributors, engineers, financial lenders, consultants and […]
Changing Climates: Reliability and Resilience in our Energy Systems October 15, 2021 9:30am – 3:00pm The 11th annual CUB Energy Policy Conference “Changing Climates: Reliability and Resilience in our Energy Systems”, will take place online on Friday, October 15, 2021. This conference will explore issues around the future of heating, 100% clean electricity, utility system […]
Session 1: Introduction to Utility Integrated System Planning October 20, 12:00pm – 1:30pm (PST)/ 1:00PM – 2:30pm (MT) Register! Most utilities in the Northwest develop integrated resource plans (IRPs) to evaluate their energy needs to ensure that they plan ahead to meet future energy demand. How does the IRP process work? What are the goals? How can customer side resources be incorporated into an IRP? (Customer-side resources, sometimes called demand-side […]
This newsletter is a snapshot of the work the Coalition and broader community have engaged in over the past quarter. It highlights but does not include all of the work staff are doing behind the scenes with members and other stakeholders. We look forward to continuing to share these updates with you! Justice, Equity, Diversity, […]
Let’s face it – when we looked at the prospects for the 2021 Oregon legislative session, expectations were a bit low. After all, a global pandemic had upended just about everything in life, wildfires had ravaged the state in the fall, and unemployment – was still high. It looked like the session would be virtual […]
The 2021 Clean and Affordable Energy Conference was hosted by the NW Energy Coalition on June 2nd and June 10th. This year’s conference was virtual and covered the most pressing issues in the Northwest’s energy landscape. These included salmon recovery, and potential changes to the federal hydro system, as well as how to advance equity in the energy […]
The Building the Decarbonized Grid virtual summit (June 8-9) will cover the critical capabilities for deeply decarbonized energy systems that run effectively and reliably across the U.S. West. The event will explore a cross-section that need deeper investment now, and over the coming years to ensure that deeply decarbonized energy systems in the region run effectively. Register! Join […]