Washington's Energy Future Conference

Eight year's strong, Washington's Energy Future bring together members of the energy industry, energy policy & economic development leaders, project hosts, and users of energy services for learning, network, sharing best practices, and finding solutions.

The Planning Committee, comprised of clean energy professionals from the regulatory, consulting, business services and technology sectors, develop an Agenda that addresses the challenges you face every day in the areas of:

Policy & Economic Development
Looking at the current context for clean energy, and how Washington can continue on this path in the face of changing market dynamics.

The Business of Renewable Energy
Advancing the professional level of the industry with discussions related to energy technologies and project development. 

The Business of Energy Efficiency
Exploring how to increase the penetration of energy efficiency through policy, finance, and market mechanisms. 

Clean Technology Innovation
A look at the leading edge of clean technologies.

Presented by

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Northwest Environmental Business Council is the regional trade association representing leading service and technology firms who are working to protect, restore, and sustain the natural and built environment. NEBC member companies and organizations cover a wide range of disciplines, providing solutions in the areas of:
   - Energy & Efficiency
   - Environmental Protection & Cleanup
   - Waste & Recycling
   - Water & Wastewater
   - Sustainable Development
   - Cross-Sector Solutions

At NEBC “The Environment is Our Business.” www.nebc.org

 WA Dept of Commerce  

Washington State Department of Commerce is the lead state agency charged with enhancing and promoting sustainable community and economic vitality in Washington. The agency is home to the state energy office which coordinates the state's energy strategy, mapping the way to Washington's clean energy future by maintaining competitive energy prices, fostering a clean energy economy and jobs, and meeting obligations to reduce greenhouse gas emmissions. Our work is to promote economic development as part of the transition to a cleaner energy system. For more information, visit www.commercewa.gov.