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EFX17: Network, Contribute, Learn

Created 2/21/2017 by Carol Lindstrom
Updated 8/30/2017 by Veronica Marzilli
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Registration is now open for Efficiency Exchange 2017, the networking and learning conference for Northwest energy efficiency professionals. Spaces are already filling up for the event, which takes place May 9-10 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland.

Take a look at the program and other information on the new Efficiency Exchange website on Conduit, and see why this is one event you won’t want to miss. Sessions include something for everyone, including green load building, residential and commercial lighting, demand response, identifying and designing programs for hard-to-reach customers, and much more. Be sure to attend the EE 101: Puzzled? Let’s put the pieces together! workshop if you’re new to the industry or are a veteran energy efficiency professional who is interested in mentoring opportunities.

There’s plenty of time built into the schedule to network with your peers, including a reception at Portland’s World Trade Center and the popular Breakfast Roundtables.

The early bird rate for utility, non-profit and government organizations remains $195 through April 10. On April 11, the rate will go up to $245. Consultants/contractors slots are sold out. Please contact Maggie Bagan if you are a consultant and would like to be added to the registration waiting list.

The conference site includes information about booking a room at the DoubleTree by Hilton, where our reserved room block includes a limited number of rooms for government employees. If you plan to stay in Portland, we encourage you to book early to ensure accommodations at a reduced rate are still available.

We look forward to seeing you in Portland on May 9-10.

About Efficiency Exchange: Efficiency Exchange is the premier networking and learning conference for energy efficiency professionals from across the Northwest. Attendees from public and private utilities, consulting and research firms, government and nonprofit organizations will come together to learn and connect to help the region more effectively achieve its energy savings goals.

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