Please join us for our 2015 Spring Forum!


Decisions, Decisions, Decisions….

How To Decide When and How To Move Forward With An Energy Project

When:             Feb 13, 2015 - 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


Where:            Crestline Elementary School  

13003 SE 7th St.

Vancouver, WA 98683




Many energy managers often have great ideas for energy projects only to have them relegated to the budget cutting room floor.  Join us on February 13 as industry experts present successful tools for getting energy projects implemented.  In addition, as a vendor/contractor, as well as a procurement person, learn the various intricacies of the public procurement code. Understanding and applying the Public Procurement Code and Oregon Administrative Rule in everyday purchases can be confusing.  Learn how to gain a clearer picture on the “Who” has the authority to do “What”, and the “How” to do it.

Scheduled speakers include: Elin Shepard, Kelly Stevens-Malnar, Cam Hamilton, Jennifer Halleck

Download pdf of schedule for agenda and more information 

CEU:  Continuing Education Units available for this forum 

Online Forum Registration is done through RegOnline™

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What Is Oregon APEM?

The Oregon Association of Professional Energy Managers was founded in 1982 as a partnership of business, government and utilities. Oregon APEM seeks to advance the understanding and practice of efficient energy use through forums, newsletters, facility tours, and face-to-face dialogue. Oregon APEM provides a forum for energy and resource management professionals in Oregon and Southwest Washington to share information and to grow professionally. In 2006 Oregon APEM incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Oregon APEM members have a variety of job titles and come from a broad diversity of backgrounds. This diversity enlarges the scope of professional level information disseminated among the members. Oregon APEM members and their communities benefit from informed input into the design of utility programs, government legislation, and efficient business operations.

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Oregon APEM Board
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Portland, OR 97228-6764

Oregon APEM Forums

As a service to its members and the industry Oregon APEM hosts 4 to 5 forums throughout the year on timely, relevant energy topics. Tours of cutting edge facilities are often part of the forums.

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Being an APEM member gives you access to industry professionals from all sectors of the industry, including policy makers, engineers, energy subject matter experts, and design innovators.  

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Training & Events

Oregon APEM members are invited to take part in a variety of interesting and informative training events throughout the year. Use the link below to view a complete list of seminars, forums and meetings.  Read More