Media Release: Registration open for Making Energy Work for Clackamas County solar workshop on May 20

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Are you interested in how solar energy can benefit Clackamas County? A May 20 workshop on solar energy -- Making Energy Work for Clackamas County -- will bring together solar professionals and interested community members to learn and discuss how local, community-owned solar can help build our clean energy future in a way that honors and protects the resources, lands and communities we value.

This one-time workshop will be held Monday, May 20, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hopkins Demonstration Forest, 16750 S. Brockway Road, Oregon City. The event will include a welcome from Clackamas County Commissioners Ken Humberston and Sonya Fischer, presentations by solar and energy experts, and time for discussion and collaboration over lunch.

A $15 fee covers registration and a catered lunch. Limited scholarships are available. For more details and to register, visit their website

This workshop is sponsored by the Clackamas County Office of Sustainability & Solid Waste in partnership with Sustainable Northwest as part of Sustainable Northwest’s Making Energy Work for Rural Oregon series. 

Department Staff
Claire Trevisan
Sustainability & Solid Waste
Ellen Rogalin
Public & Government Affairs