Join Us September 13th For Our Oregon APEM 2019 Fall Forum!
The Cost of Carbon: How Big is Your Footprint?
Where: Red Cross Building at Fort Vancouver,
When: September 13th, 2019 8:30am - 2:30pm
Address: 605 Barnes St., Vancouver, WA 98661
Topic: As Federal, State and local governments work to reduce carbon emissions through programs and legislation aimed at carbon reduction and passing more stringent building codes, the Association of Professional Energy Managers invites you to attend our fall forum where we will examine current and potential future legislation in both Oregon and Washington and learn more about the possible impacts and opportunities for utilities and commercial businesses. In addition, we will explore strategies businesses can employ to reduce carbon emissions within their organization. After attending the fall forum, you will have gained insights to better understand carbon reduction initiatives in our region, your carbon footprint,and the long term affect it could have on our region and your business.
Our speakers will cover the following topics:
Washington and Oregon state carbon reduction policy developments
Available resources and funding for carbon reduction measures and initiatives
Potential impacts and opportunities of de-carbonization to be aware of
Morning Key Note
Responding to Climate Change
Gregory Dotson, Associate Professor of Law, University of Oregon’s Energy Law and Policy Project
Morning Presentations and Panel Discussion
Washington Carbon Legislation
Matt Babbitts, Energy Services Project Manager, Clark Public Utilities
Tom Haymaker, Energy Panning and Operations Manager, Clark Public Utilities
Oregon Carbon Legislation, Opportunities and Impacts
Nancy Hamilton, Principal, Oregon Businesses for Climate
Opportunities for Carbon Reduction for Commercial Businesses
Kyle Diesner, Climate Action Program Coordinator, City of Portland
Afternoon Presentations and Panel Discussion
Electric Vehicle Fleets
Kelly Yearick, Program Manager, Forth
Energy Efficiency Programs
Peter West, Director of Energy Efficiency and RE, Energy Trust of Oregon
Clean Energy Fund: Future of funding streams?
Sam Baraso, Program Manager, Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund at City of Portland
Members $50, non-members $90, $350 for vendors, $25 student member, with current student ID, $45 non-member student, with current student ID.
CEU’s will be available.