Go Clean Energy Conference

Go Clean Energy Conference

PublIshed on Sep 8, 2022

LIVE & Virtual: October 6, 9 – 4:30.
For Students, Businesses, Government Officials and Individuals!
Fantastic Keynote and Panelist Speakers! 

Become a game changer at 350 Deschutes’ Go Clean Energy Conference on Thursday, October 6, from 9 – 4:30. Don’t miss this valuable hybrid event sponsored by OnPoint Community Credit Union, Element Bend, Central Oregon Association of Realtors and dozens of other businesses committed to a clean energy future. Learn how CPACE helps improve local economic and sustainable development. National and regional experts will demonstrate how developers and remodelers can access low-cost, long-term private capital for clean energy projects that reduce emissions while improving the bottom line.

Lane County Commissioner, Joe Berney will explain how CPACE can be a gamechanger for Oregon and our communities. CPACE capital providers offer financing for 100% of hard and soft costs for water conservation, energy efficiency, renewable energy, EV charging and energy storage projects with no cash down. Over 30 experts from around the country will show how commercial property owners are investing in improvements while freeing up capital to use for additional investments, operations, maintenance projects, budgetary expenses, or business expansion. The financing is available to every commercial sector, including multi-family (5+ units), and can be used for new and existing buildings.

You can also learn how to make your home and workplace healthier. Students and job seekers can meet with trainers and recruiters to find opportunities in the rapidly growing field of living wage green careers. Register Now and make your plans to attend virtually or LIVE at Central Oregon Community College. Conference Fee: $50/all day; Veteran rate: $29.00; Students: free with valid ID. Continuing Education Credits will be available for real estate brokers.

Register now at: https://gocleanenergy.org/

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