MEMBER MEETING SUMMARY May 7, 2020 Organizational Update Executive director, Nancy Hirsh, reported that the Coalition is financially stable for the near and mid-term, but that given long-term unknowns is being cautious with its finances. Recently, the GiveBig campaign exceeded fundraising goals bringing in just over $14,000. This summer the Coalition will begin development of its next […]
Implementing the Clean Buildings for Washington Act The 2019 session of the Washington State Legislature enacted House Bill 1257, the Clean Buildings for Washington Act. A primary provision of the bill directs the Washington State Department of Commerce to establish energy efficiency standards for existing commercial buildings over 50,000 square feet. Compliance requirements will be […]
The NW Energy Coalition has joined a broad coalition of stakeholders in supporting Solar Plus, an in initiative that’s working to triple the amount of solar energy installed in Washington and Oregon by 2019. The Solar Plus project is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) and brings together utilities, environmental […]
Coalition member, FORTH, is looking for speakers for its Roadmap 11 Conference, June 19-20, 2018 in Portland, OR. Forth is looking for speakers who are working on cutting-edge projects, asking the tough questions, and are experimenting with making shared, autonomous, connected, and electric mobility work in a variety of unexpected situations. Click here for submission […]
The Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association is the NW Energy Coalition’s newest organizational member. A solar energy trade association, OSEIA collaborates with utilities, legislators, non-profits and academics to promote solar development in Oregon. OSEIA engages in community education, legislative and regulatory advocacy, market expansion and industry support. It is a crucial organizing association for solar industry professionals in Oregon.